Osco Labo Rubber Stamp - Kogin Collection - Slim
Kogin Hanko (stamp)
These stamps use the design patterns of Kogin Sashiko embroidery (Kogin Zashi). Osco Labo, in this collection highlights the beauty and simplicity of these ancient embroidery styles which were originally created to reinforce and strengthen garments during repair with an extra layer of wool threaded onto the fabric.
The simple straight lines of the stitching style creates a neat patterns when printed on paper.
Size about 9 × 24 mm
Material: Rubber (Seal), Tree
About Osco Labo
Osco Labo is the name created to abbreviate "Oscar's Laboratory". Started in 1918 as a hanko manufacturer making the personalised stamps once required by each person for signing documents in Japan. In the past century as print was overtaken by digital, the designs have changed to accommodate changing tastes and styles. Nowadays Osco Labo, still a family owned company, makes original designs for their wood and rubber stamps to add a playful and decorative embellishment to letter writing, paper crafting projects and journaling.