Category Archives: Edible Art

Apples of Temptation are Bonza!

Above are some great examples of Apple Case Art and Australiana. Labels began to appear in large numbers on wooden crates around 1920 and were only superseded in the 1960s by cardboard cartons. Although the designs were for the most part basic, and … Continue reading

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An Annalisa enigma

I saw a show on TV a while ago where the presenters focussed on a private collector’s specialty – Decorative label surrounds for tinned tomatoes – especially those from Italy and Spain. Needless to say his collection was vast and … Continue reading

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Justice for all or just this for dessert?

  Italian modernist artist, painter, sculptor, illustrator, and designer, Mario Sironi  was born 130 years ago on May 12th, 1885 in Sassari, on the island of Sardinia. After leaving Sardinia, Sironi spent his childhood in Rome and studied engineering at … Continue reading

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