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One of Our Fav Graphic Designers Featured in Atlanta Magazine!

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The Brand Man: Meet Atlanta restaurateurs’ best-kept secret   Pic. Credit CAROLINE C. KILGORE Mr. Alvin Diec (34) co-owner of Office of Brothers is one of our favorite designers! He and his six person team create some of the most graphically inspired branding for his impressive list of restaurants & restaurant groups that are located […]

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valetmag.com “MATCHBOOKS The Ultimate Souvenir”

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“MATCHBOOKS The Ultimate Souvenir” Why a Man Should Always Carry Matches. Valet Magazine Article By CORY OHLENDORF valetmag.com A great article on the joy of collecting matches when traveling! “…I’ve recently begun picking up matchbooks whenever I go somewhere interesting. They’re the ideal memento. Easy to pack, utilitarian and free of charge. And even though […]

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For Immediate Release! TheMatchGroup Now Producing Custom “Retro Style” Feature Matches!

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TheMatchGroup is Now Able to Produce Custom “Retro Style” Custom Printed Feature Matches for Your Business! Call or email us at Strike Just like the sought after and highly prized vintage feature match books produced in the 1940’s, ’50’s & ’60’s, TheMatchGroup is now offering Branded matchbooks with CUSTOM PRINTED INDIVIDUAL MATCH STEMS! We’re also able to […]

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The New Yorker Magazine Instagram’s Ephemera & Popularity Of Matchbooks!

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The New Yorker Article Re. The Popularity of Instagramming Ephemera -Featuring Advertising Matches! MARCH 24, 2015 Instagram’s Endangered Ephemera www.instagram.com/matchbookdiaries This terrific article references all stripes of ephemera that collectors post to Instagram and singles out the popularity of picturess of matches that are featured by users with thousand’s of followers on the site. An Instagrammer, Bill […]

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Dallas Observer Article re. The Appeal of Collecting Advertising Matches and How They Preserve Life’s Memories and Experiences

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I MISS YOU, RESTAURANT MATCHBOOKS An article written four years ago in the Dallas Observer featuring the lasting appeal of collecting advertising matches and how they uniquely preserve a person’s memories and life experiences that other forms of restaurant advertising such as business cards are incapable of connecting on such an intimate level. When a customer […]

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