Friday, April 12, 2013
They finally changed the glue on the New Yorker address labels
They finally changed the glue on the New Yorker address labels! No more steaming the labels off from particularly beautiful covers. No more peeling it s l o w l y, trying so so so hard not to rip the cover, and then .... fa-fa-failing. Now, it's one smooth gummy peel, and voila! You can see the entire cover, unmarred. Maybe you're not as Type A as I am. (It's been pointed out to me that not everyone is.) But even you! Even you must appreciate the clean pull of the label, and the unblemished cover image. Maybe it doesn't bring you joy the way it brings me joy, but ... maybe it should?
Posted by Jenny Levison at 8:16 AM