To all the rubber stamp fans and old architecture enthusiasts out there, this is a pretty sweet find. This box of Italianate Trappings endorsed by the Cincinnati Society of Rubber Architects is needed for the construction of a paper neighborhood.
With just a can containing 21 pieces of wood-mounted rubber stamps depicting Italianate style, you can design awesome buildings on paper. The set also include a stamp pad and an instruction manual.
Italianate Architecture is a style that was common in Cincinnati, Ohio during the 19th century. You can view such examples on the streets.
1735 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio:
1323 Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio:
I really do want this for Christmas! Unfortunately it's sold out at the moment. You can get this set at Steam Whistle Letterpress and Design.
All photos by Steam Whistle Letterpress