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The Freshest Art You’ll See this Week

Altoids, the "curiously strong mints," have served many purposes since their inception in the 18th century. From fighting bad breath to ridding "poisons in the stomach," the ubiquitous metal tins are just as much as a selling point as the lozenges themselves.

Take a look at how some talented and imaginative artists use Altoids' packaging to create curiously fabulous scenes and miniature dioramas.

Tiny Tinctures

Laura from Artfully Musing created this mini apothecary to treat an artistic itch.

1 POTIONS
Image source: Artfully Musing 

Curiously Cute

The perfect bed for your pocket companion!

3 BED

Image source: Oh! Sweetbabies

Travelin' Tin

This tin is ready to travel the world, spreading its minty aura.

2 TRAVEL
Image source: Junk & Stuff

Bite-Sized Mythology 

Artist Jim Doran's Altoid can dioramas are ingenious -- his "Artemis and the White Bear at ‘S-Hertogenbosch" is a fresh take on an ancient story.

5 MONSTER
Image source: Jim Doran 

Sweet Shrines

Artist Lisa Vollrath's pocket-sized shrines are incredibly detailed and amazing.

altoid 6

Image Source: Lisa Vollrath 

Do you have your own Altoid art? Share it with us in the Gallery!

 

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