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Max Schössler

Contributed by Florian Hardwig on Aug 4th, 2012. Artwork published in .
    Max Schössler
    Source: http://www.flickr.com Photo: Florian Hardwig. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Milton Glaser’s iconic Baby Teeth is used for a toy store in Weimar, Germany.

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    3 Comments on “Max Schössler”

    1. Cat says:
      Sep 11th, 2017  3:04 am

      When was the store first built/when did it open for trading?

    2. Sep 11th, 2017  8:24 am

      The company was established more than a century ago, initially as a tailor’s shop selling homemade clothes, already located in Schützengasse. After WWII, Schössler switched to selling toys. [spielwaren-schoessler.de]

      The depicted store sign was designed by local artist Klaus Fleischmann and installed in 1991.

    3. Robert King says:
      Jun 1st, 2018  5:58 pm

      This is really nice! The world needs more dimensional Baby Teeth signage.

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