"Smile, it’s a Dankin." (( 1984 )) on Flickr.** View LARGE On Black ** • •
—» .. one of those fuzzy-faces is pretty frightening.
~ t

"Smile, it’s a Dankin." (( 1984 )) on Flickr.

** View LARGE On Black ** • •

—» .. one of those fuzzy-faces is pretty frightening.

~ t

Laura Scudder’s International Variety Pak Chips - 1973 - Albania by Waffle Whiffer on Flickr.Via Flickr:
I’m beginning to scan and post more items from the amazing Lee Olsson Collection. 
He designed numerous examples of food packages from the 1970s-1990s. I was lucky enough to acquire packaging samples that he had saved in his personal collection. A friend of his had saved them after Lee passed away a few years ago.
In the early 1970s, Lee Olsson designed these single-serving chip bags for Laura Scudder’s. It was called the International Variety Pak series. 15 of these single-serving bags were packaged in a tray and sold in grocery stores. I have found newspaper references in grocery store ads for this series as early as 1973 and as late as 1977.
Each bag in this series was designed with a theme from a different country, showing the flag and a child dressed in traditional clothing. This is really a remarkable series, and even more so since these are unused samples saved by Lee Olsson in his personal scrapbook. I think it is safe to say that the majority of these have not been seen since the 1970s. I’ll be posting these alphabetically by country, so stay tuned for more.
This one is Bar B.Q. Potato Chips featuring Albania. In the index page for Lee Olsson’s scrapbook, he wrote the word “Out” next to Albania. Perhaps that meant that this one was not selected for the final release, in which case this would just be a prototype. Who knows…
Circa 1973

Laura Scudder’s International Variety Pak Chips - 1973 - Albania by Waffle Whiffer on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
I’m beginning to scan and post more items from the amazing Lee Olsson Collection.

He designed numerous examples of food packages from the 1970s-1990s. I was lucky enough to acquire packaging samples that he had saved in his personal collection. A friend of his had saved them after Lee passed away a few years ago.

In the early 1970s, Lee Olsson designed these single-serving chip bags for Laura Scudder’s. It was called the International Variety Pak series. 15 of these single-serving bags were packaged in a tray and sold in grocery stores. I have found newspaper references in grocery store ads for this series as early as 1973 and as late as 1977.

Each bag in this series was designed with a theme from a different country, showing the flag and a child dressed in traditional clothing. This is really a remarkable series, and even more so since these are unused samples saved by Lee Olsson in his personal scrapbook. I think it is safe to say that the majority of these have not been seen since the 1970s. I’ll be posting these alphabetically by country, so stay tuned for more.

This one is Bar B.Q. Potato Chips featuring Albania. In the index page for Lee Olsson’s scrapbook, he wrote the word “Out” next to Albania. Perhaps that meant that this one was not selected for the final release, in which case this would just be a prototype. Who knows…

Circa 1973

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tmnt-uk:

Raph’s never looked so good! Which of our awesome black and white character posters have you liked most?

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Raph’s never looked so good! Which of our awesome black and white character posters have you liked most?

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Laura Scudder’s International Variety Pak Chips - 1973 - Argentina by Waffle Whiffer on Flickr.Via Flickr:
I’m beginning to scan and post more items from the amazing Lee Olsson Collection. 
He designed numerous examples of food packages from the 1970s-1990s. I was lucky enough to acquire packaging samples that he had saved in his personal collection. A friend of his had saved them after Lee passed away a few years ago.
In the early 1970s, Lee Olsson designed these single-serving chip bags for Laura Scudder’s. It was called the International Variety Pak series. 15 of these single-serving bags were packaged in a tray and sold in grocery stores. I have found newspaper references in grocery store ads for this series as early as 1973 and as late as 1977.
Each bag in this series was designed with a theme from a different country, showing the flag and a child dressed in traditional clothing. This is really a remarkable series, and even more so since these are unused samples saved by Lee Olsson in his personal scrapbook. I think it is safe to say that the majority of these have not been seen since the 1970s. I’ll be posting these alphabetically by country, so stay tuned for more.
This one is Corn Chips featuring Argentina.
Circa 1973

Laura Scudder’s International Variety Pak Chips - 1973 - Argentina by Waffle Whiffer on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
I’m beginning to scan and post more items from the amazing Lee Olsson Collection.

He designed numerous examples of food packages from the 1970s-1990s. I was lucky enough to acquire packaging samples that he had saved in his personal collection. A friend of his had saved them after Lee passed away a few years ago.

In the early 1970s, Lee Olsson designed these single-serving chip bags for Laura Scudder’s. It was called the International Variety Pak series. 15 of these single-serving bags were packaged in a tray and sold in grocery stores. I have found newspaper references in grocery store ads for this series as early as 1973 and as late as 1977.

Each bag in this series was designed with a theme from a different country, showing the flag and a child dressed in traditional clothing. This is really a remarkable series, and even more so since these are unused samples saved by Lee Olsson in his personal scrapbook. I think it is safe to say that the majority of these have not been seen since the 1970s. I’ll be posting these alphabetically by country, so stay tuned for more.

This one is Corn Chips featuring Argentina.

Circa 1973

..if ya ever forget. THE NOSE knows. He packs all his secrets in his trunk.

..if ya ever forget. THE NOSE knows. He packs all his secrets in his trunk.

Laura Scudder’s International Variety Pak Chips - 1973 - Barbados by Waffle Whiffer on Flickr.Via Flickr:
I’m beginning to scan and post more items from the amazing Lee Olsson Collection. 
He designed numerous examples of food packages from the 1970s-1990s. I was lucky enough to acquire packaging samples that he had saved in his personal collection. A friend of his had saved them after Lee passed away a few years ago.
In the early 1970s, Lee Olsson designed these single-serving chip bags for Laura Scudder’s. It was called the International Variety Pak series. 15 of these single-serving bags were packaged in a tray and sold in grocery stores. I have found newspaper references in grocery store ads for this series as early as 1973 and as late as 1977.
Each bag in this series was designed with a theme from a different country, showing the flag and a child dressed in traditional clothing. This is really a remarkable series, and even more so since these are unused samples saved by Lee Olsson in his personal scrapbook. I think it is safe to say that the majority of these have not been seen since the 1970s. I’ll be posting these alphabetically by country, so stay tuned for more.
This one is regular Potato Chips featuring Barbados.
Circa 1973

Laura Scudder’s International Variety Pak Chips - 1973 - Barbados by Waffle Whiffer on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
I’m beginning to scan and post more items from the amazing Lee Olsson Collection.

He designed numerous examples of food packages from the 1970s-1990s. I was lucky enough to acquire packaging samples that he had saved in his personal collection. A friend of his had saved them after Lee passed away a few years ago.

In the early 1970s, Lee Olsson designed these single-serving chip bags for Laura Scudder’s. It was called the International Variety Pak series. 15 of these single-serving bags were packaged in a tray and sold in grocery stores. I have found newspaper references in grocery store ads for this series as early as 1973 and as late as 1977.

Each bag in this series was designed with a theme from a different country, showing the flag and a child dressed in traditional clothing. This is really a remarkable series, and even more so since these are unused samples saved by Lee Olsson in his personal scrapbook. I think it is safe to say that the majority of these have not been seen since the 1970s. I’ll be posting these alphabetically by country, so stay tuned for more.

This one is regular Potato Chips featuring Barbados.

Circa 1973

Laura Scudder’s International Variety Pak Chips - 1973 - Bolivia by Waffle Whiffer on Flickr.Via Flickr:
I’m beginning to scan and post more items from the amazing Lee Olsson Collection. 
He designed numerous examples of food packages from the 1970s-1990s. I was lucky enough to acquire packaging samples that he had saved in his personal collection. A friend of his had saved them after Lee passed away a few years ago.
In the early 1970s, Lee Olsson designed these single-serving chip bags for Laura Scudder’s. It was called the International Variety Pak series. 15 of these single-serving bags were packaged in a tray and sold in grocery stores. I have found newspaper references in grocery store ads for this series as early as 1973 and as late as 1977.
Each bag in this series was designed with a theme from a different country, showing the flag and a child dressed in traditional clothing. This is really a remarkable series, and even more so since these are unused samples saved by Lee Olsson in his personal scrapbook. I think it is safe to say that the majority of these have not been seen since the 1970s. I’ll be posting these alphabetically by country, so stay tuned for more.
This one is B.B.Q Corn Chips featuring Bolivia.
Circa 1973

Laura Scudder’s International Variety Pak Chips - 1973 - Bolivia by Waffle Whiffer on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
I’m beginning to scan and post more items from the amazing Lee Olsson Collection.

He designed numerous examples of food packages from the 1970s-1990s. I was lucky enough to acquire packaging samples that he had saved in his personal collection. A friend of his had saved them after Lee passed away a few years ago.

In the early 1970s, Lee Olsson designed these single-serving chip bags for Laura Scudder’s. It was called the International Variety Pak series. 15 of these single-serving bags were packaged in a tray and sold in grocery stores. I have found newspaper references in grocery store ads for this series as early as 1973 and as late as 1977.

Each bag in this series was designed with a theme from a different country, showing the flag and a child dressed in traditional clothing. This is really a remarkable series, and even more so since these are unused samples saved by Lee Olsson in his personal scrapbook. I think it is safe to say that the majority of these have not been seen since the 1970s. I’ll be posting these alphabetically by country, so stay tuned for more.

This one is B.B.Q Corn Chips featuring Bolivia.

Circa 1973