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Duro Decal Envelope

Back in the 1950s and 1960s, decals were the in thing to use to decorate anything from your kitchen cabinets to your car. Okay, maybe not quite the car, but they were used everywhere. If you’re lucky enough to find old catalogues from this era, you have real honest-to-Gods treasure in your hands (and I’m jealous).

The Duro Decal Company is one of the few (maybe the only one) to survive into the present day. Now operating as Duro Art Industries, they have turned into an art supply company. This envelope contained one of their old decals.

I highly recommend visiting CreativePro’s Gene Gable and his column Scanning Around With Gene to see examples of Duro’s work. They produced very colourful decals and some classy sign lettering. If you’re somebody that has any connections at all to the fire service like I do, you’ll appreciate a couple pieces in there.

Tune in next week for another vintage graphic!

Ta-ta for now,

Mel

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