That's the French term given to Fruit Sticker collectors, nice isn't it?
As I write this, only a few of the last early bird Fruit Sticker 2017 Year Planners remain! So thank-you again for supporting this project and being some of the first people to help me bring this idea into the world!
Also a shout out to It's Nice That for featuring the collection and project on their site today! If you'd like to read it, it you can find the article here.
In this update I want to not focus on my own collection, but some other amazing collections you can find across Instagram. Some fruit related, some not!
Labeltime | @labeltime
This amazing Instagram account is dedicated to finding the best vintage clothing labels. The woman behind the feed, Dana Cohen, is based out of San Francisco and Philadelphia. Check out her account in the link above and a couple of my favourite posts below.
Cartonographer | @cartonographer
Cartonography is the mapping of Australian fruit cartons. It is a collection, a map and a research archive by Sean Rafferty. If you love fruit stickers, chances are you'll love these found cartons too. Often bold and vibrant, the cartons benefit aesthetically from large scale offset printing. You can find out more at Sean's website here. Couple of my favourites below.
Fruitpapers | @fruitpapers
Fruitpapers is a small-ish account ran by South East London designer Marc Spicer. He describes the account as being for 'ephemera geeks' and it features his beautiful collection of tissue paper fruit wrappers. Remember those? Again, a couple of my highlights below.