Found string twister disc from the c1940, one of thousands of finds I managed to extract from Naomi Berry, Fernberg Road, Milton.
also from the c1970s, Untitled Postcards logo from Ken Harris' shop in NYC.
I can't say I used these trucks exclusively because I wore out too many skateboards to remember, a rock-steady graphic still in use today.
I saved hundreds of these industrial - rubber engravings, I cut up every parcel, package and box that arrived at the 'Fair Dinkum Graphics studio c1975–1978.
I met Ivan Karp in c1976, having a coffee in the kitchen of OK Harris I was blown away at all the O.K. graphics there. I remember I came back home and spent weekends polaroiding every O.K. sign in Brisbane and sent them over to NYC to boost the display.
These expanding circles are from Bombay c1972, I spent 14 months there buying antiques in my early 20s.
From the Melbourne antique store run by the Berry Family, Tomasetti Building crammed full of quality ephemera. I did spend two days there the first time I found it. This is a local sparkling soda folded card from Haig Street St Kilda.
Printed ephemera from Speakeasy, the shop at 13th St NYC run by Bob & Rita Brand, another home away from home.
Saved from the bin, biscuit and tea packets never went to the trash whole - I always taxed the interesting parts of the pack.