"Button Pushers." Newsweek, 1967

What better place for historic button info than the Chicago Public Library?  Check out this Newsweek article, “The Button Pushers,” about outrageous buttons in a Life and Leisure column from 1967.

These buttons totally resonate today.  Does “Save Water, Shower with a Friend” sound like a familiar eco-friendly message?  It’s the opposite of the “How Dry I Am” button from 1934 Johnson Smith catalog in a previous post.

That’s why it’s important to design and make high quality buttons that stand the test of time.

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