Hanscom Park Studio luggage sticker
If we had a mascot, it’d be the old pavilion in our namesake park. It burned in the 1920s, but was one of the city’s crown jewels while it stood. It was a day-trip destination by streetcar, and we thought it fitting to make steamer-trunk stickers. We based the hand-drawn “Hanscom Park” lettering on a travel tag from the 1910s.
Set of three sticker featuring our Hanscom Park pavilion illustration and typography, printed in orange and blue on white paper.
18p (3″) in diameter