Is it me or is beer can design at the top of the product packaging spectrum? Every new redesign of a beer can I see is almost always appetizing and very well done. These Hangar24 beer cans definitely fit that description.
This is pretty neat. Campbell’s Soup is celebrating 50 years of Andy Warhol’s 32 Campbell’s Soup Cans (which hands in NYC’s MoMA) with these limited edition colorful art cans that will begin selling at Target stores on September 2nd for just 75 cents each. I’m expecting these to go fast.
Beer: A Genuine Collection of Cans is a new book from Chronicle Books that takes a look at vintage beer cans and their designs. It’s a reach back in history for those who love old tin cans. Dwell has a slideshow of images from the book and SixAnd5 has a layout of a lot of […]
Coca-Cola and the WWF are joining together to protect and save the habitat of the polar bears. The conservation efforts go along with Coca-Cola’s $3 million contribution to the WWF and it’s first-ever white-can initiative being launched in Canada. Check out the video of the cans below. And watch this sad Arctic Home commercial that […]
To showcase their new typeface called Public Gothic, Antrepo4 created these fake vintage oil cans to advertise various brands of oil companies. If you like what you see, you can purchase the Public Gothic font for $100 here.