We have reported before on Glasstire on how hip and trendy enamel pins have become—some feature beloved moments from art history, others pay tribute to fallen pop icons, and others are just silly. It is only fitting, then, that even the most niche groups are represented in the pin game: in a recent email, UT’s Harry Ransom Center showed off their exclusive archival box enamel pin. Perfect for the archivist in your life, the pin captures the stable, sturdy look of a box set to preserve documents for years to come. Check it out here.
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