|Text on Button||POT POWER BELONGS ON THE STOVE!|
An illustration of a bubbling pot on a stove with yellow text above the pot and red text below. The background is split into two parts, red on top and white on the bottom.
|Curl Text||CREATIVE HOUSE-60641 MADE IN U.S.A.|
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"Pot Power" was a phrase used in the 1960s hippie movement to demonstrate the benefits of marijuana. This play on the phrase uses a cooking pot instead of the marijuana leaf commonly known as pot and changes the meaning of the phrase to be about cooking and cleaning in the kitchen versus the pro-drug connotations.
Creative House Productions Inc. originated in 1964 and was a design and manufacturing company based in Chicago, Illinois. It was responsible for the creation of many promotional comic pins found in gumball machines and Cracker Jack boxes. Creative House eventually created the brand PinMart, which became the first website to sell lapel pins. PinMart eventually outgrew its parent company and bought Creative House in 2008.
PinMart. (2020). About us. https://www.pinmart.com/about/