'Help yourself to Van Teekens', product unknown

September 2011
Creative Review;Sep2011 Monograph, Issue 49, p8
An image of a badge featuring the slogan "Tast Toe Is Van Teekens" (Help Yourself to Van Teekens) is presented.


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