HoJo's MenuJune 27th, 2011 in blog, member junk
I designed and built a frame to highlight a 1960s Howard Johnson’s menu. My goal was to create a piece that looked original to the era.
As a little kid HoJo’s was my favorite place to eat. How could you not love their fried clams, hot dogs cooked in creamery butter that would infuse into the meat (very healthy) and HoJo Cola. I loved the place, which made it a piece of cake (coconut layer cake according to the menu) to come up with a conceptual design.
Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Jim Healy - Junk Architect (copyright 2011)
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