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Blog posts tagged in Brand Art

Remember that time in 2013 when Twinkies almost stopped existing? Those were dark times, indeed. Artists have taken to immortalizing the well-loved, well-processed afterschool snack, just in case there's another Twinkie apocalypse scare.

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Everyone remembers Furbys, right? Those owl-like talking toys with the big ears and all-seeing eyes? Well, as it turns out, they do not become less creepy as the years go by. But they have gained a certain amount of cult-like respect that means some very interesting Furby-inspired art exists. Swedish...
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How does one survive winter without Chapstick? The trusty tube of Chapstick has stuck with us through extreme misplacements, laundry cycles, bag changes, and so much more. But these lip-savers have a life outside your back pocket...specifically in the art world! This piece is a PSA for proper lip care, as...
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A few days ago, we posted an article about amazing Sriracha themed artwork, including these incredible Srirarcha-inspired fire extinguishers:   Image source: sket-one.com We know! Don't you just want one of these extinguishers now?!? The artist of these extinguishers, Sket One, has been known to embrace other condiments as well. In fact,...
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  Peeps are the beloved marshmallow treat that has become a staple in Easter baskets across North America. For most people, Peeps are solely meant for a springtime sugar high. However, brand artists have found an outside the box way to celebrate these confectionary concoctions.  Talk about re-inventing the classics. This...
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You’re in the final stretch of an intense Scrabble game. You’re trailing by 2 points with no tiles left in the bag and no place to put your 4 Us and J. What do you do? Well, these artists are racking up the points by turning their left over pieces...
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So you’ve worn out your favorite pair of jeans but throwing them away just doesn't feel right. What better way to honor your lovely Levi’s than by turning them into amazing pieces of art? These artists put their Levi’s to the test to create some denim masterpieces.  This wave is...
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McDonald’s is one of the most universally recognized brands on the planet. The giant M in the sky is a beacon for fast food enthusiasts, road trippers, and rushed parents alike. These artists pay homage to the golden arches of our dreams. This porcelain piece is probably worth at least a...
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Oreos are for more than just eating nowadays. These artists were able to resist the lure of cookie and cream long enough to make something delicious. Harley Langberg’s body of work includes a plethora of food-ified work, including some famous faces and fluffy friends.  Image Source: harleysfoodart.com This Oreo definitely wins...
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Wonder Bread has been in our lives since the 1920s, its primary-colored packaging a classic sign that lunch is on the way. However, for these artists, Wonder Bread is more than the vessel for a peanut butter and fluff sandwich. Artist Catherine McEver uses slices of Wonder Bread as a...
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Sriracha is like the Kleenex of the hot sauce world. With its green cap and signature rooster, both hot sauce junkies and hot sauce rejecters alike can recognize Sriracha from a table away. It’s no wonder, then, that artists have found inspiration from the hot sauce bottle on every restaurant table...
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Crayons are a staple of childhood. So what happens when you grow out of coloring books and coloring between the lines? Use the crayons to make ridiculously extravagant sculptures, of course. One of Crayola’s slogans is “Everything Imaginable.” For Nashville-based artist Herb Williams, everything imaginable means using Crayola crayons to...
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Remember when you were a little kid and you would make designs out of your cornflakes? Well then you will be happy to learn that you are not alone. NY artist Sarah Rosado still plays with her food, to a wonderfully creative effect.  A daily consumer of cornflakes, Rosado was...
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Ever cut the label out of the neck of your sweater or the waistband of your pants? Joy Pitts would make you think twice about just throwing that scratchy tag in the trash. Pitts is an artist based in Nottingham, England that collects clothing labels from thrift shops and discarded...
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  Whether Barbie was your beloved sidekick or the toy you tore apart, Mattel’s famous doll has become a beloved staple in many children’s homes. Introduced on March 9th, 1959, the Barbie doll has became an icon of beauty, culture and fashion for the past 56 years. Though met with some...
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Today we celebrate what would have been Momofuku Ando’s 105 birthday. Ando, the inventor of the instant ramen, is remembered not only for his groundbreaking invention but also for the art he has inspired. In 2000, the instant ramen was voted as one of the country’s top inventions of the 20th...
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What would happen if Pokémon were free to behave as humans do? According to Pictogram, a design company based in the San Francisco Mission district, the first thing they’d do is start their own businesses. Dutch interface designer Sebastiaan de With imagined a world in which a fictional “Pokémon Corporate Personhood...
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Alex Chinneck is a British artist who specializes in distorting people’s perceptions. In order to do this, Chinneck has theatrically manipulated familiar architectural scenarios. In the past, he has inverted buildings and made them look like their facades are melting or sliding into the street. He has also made a...
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Hershey’s, Godiva, Ghiradelli, Cadbury, or Dove- if its chocolate we want it. Thankfully we’re in prime chocolate season right now. We’ve still got a few Valentine’s Day truffles left and all our favorite Easter treats are in the stores. In order to celebrate this beautiful chocolate season, we’ve rounded up...
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  Ever wish that antlers grew in the form of luxury logos? Peter Gronquist is your man. Gronquist is a Portland, Oregon based artist whose Neo-Baroque work explores, what he refers to as, “hyper-American culture.” He frequently uses taxidermy animals in his work to represent innocence and gilded guns to represent...
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