Sunday, January 1, 2012

Vintage European Soap Packaging













I FOUND THIS WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF EUROPEAN VINTAGE SOAP LABELS VIA MY FRIENDS at Coudal Partners. You can see more of them here. Many of these are really wonderful and very applicable to current day design styles.

11 comments:

SpaGoddess said...

very cool!!

Stephen said...

wow -- just too cool !

kaleitokyoscope said...

Actually, they are not only European, but also Polish. Worth mentioning, I think.

portek said...

Pamiętam te mydełka - tyle lat temu...
I remember those soaps - it was many tears ago...

Preemie said...

I think my favorite one was the Roma package. The woman is pretty.

My second favorite is the Balbinka package, with the girl-duck washing in the tub. Weird.

I also love "Tukan" soap. Toucan Sam's first job, maybe. And I like the soap with the two purple-line-drawn children who look like they're in a TV screen.

Crafty Dogma said...

Lovely post. The children's soap packages are particularly charming.

lulajoyce said...

mmmmm....jabones retro.......me encanta este lugar, está poblado de recursos para disfrutar con los 5 sentidos.

AM said...

In Portugal, vintage soap packages (with soap inside) are back in fashion:
http://loja.avidaportuguesa.com/en/marcas/confianca-soap-factory/pagina/3/

Wood said...

Are those Polish ?

Weirdnik said...

Yes, those are Polish, except maybe "Pine needle" and "Nymfa" - not sure about those, don't remmber them. "Balbinka" was a child girl-goose from a children TV show, as were Jacek and Agatka.

Unknown said...

These are all Polish by the way.

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