It's said you don't truly miss something until it's gone...unless it's herpes, cause that stuff is just waiting. Getting over his loss in a non-consumptive boozy way, the dude behind First Academy Flasks
From a college student who was surprised by how affected he was when his prized flask was swiped by airport security, FA rips eclectic images from the past and applies them to an excellent means of forgetting it. Using photos snagged from old books, calendars, and the like, some of the hooch hoarders are embellished with Americana, including a jacketed man firing a pistol, a group of shadowy WWII aircraft against a hazy sky, and a shot from the TV show Howdy Doody, which appropriately translates to "Hello, I'm sh*tty". Avoiding xenophobia're are collections like the Brits (an abbey interior), and Meet the Soviets (a group of bucket-hatted oarsmen paddling dutifully), while straight-up weirdness includes Creepy Children", highlighted by an advertisement featuring an exuberant girl in a red sweater extending her arm in the air in an inappropriately militaristic manner, though upend her and you'll be the one about to get blitz(krieg)ed
Those seeking serious artistic cred will even find an extreme closeup of a pink cow's mouth from a Warhol, an artist who, like herpes, doesn't seem to be going anywhere.