|Silk-Screened Prototype for Action Display Stand Sticker|
|Kenner began using silk-screening to produce printed prototypes sometime in the '70s. The company's adoption of the process allowed it to produce things like mock-ups and photosamples without being forced to go through the expensive and time-consuming process of hiring outside printing vendors.
Here you see a silk-screened set of stickers for the 12-Figure Action Display Stand. It's entirely silk-screened onto a sticker with a crack-and-peel reverse.
|Description by:||Ron Salvatore|
|From the collection of:||Ron Salvatore|
|Film:||A New Hope|
|Category:||Prototypes / Product Concepts|