Disney-Themed Printable Beer Labels Will Help Get The Party Started


If you’re having a Disney-themed party, or you’d just like to cover up a boring non-Disney beer label… here are some designs to help you out.

Disney Printable Beer Labels are brought to us by halloweencostumes.com. The labels are not only creatively designed and named to suit your brew, but the series is printable and available to improve your beer immediately.







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Panoramic Coffee Cup Art


We’ve certainly seen our share of coffee cup art. The often stark white drinking vessels have become a blank canvas for brilliant typography, comic strips, and have even gone 3-D.

Tokyo-based artist Adrian Hogan is now taking the medium panoramic, with an Instagram video series. Hogan illustrates a scene on a cup, then takes us through his surroundings with a slow twist. Check out more below and over at Instagram.

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‘Agency Scoops’ Imagines If Ad Agencies Were Ice Cream Flavors


Want a taste of advertising? Agency Scoops is a fun Tumblr project that imagines some of the best ad agencies in the world as ice cream flavors.

The pints were created to represent companies such as Ogilvy, BBDO, 360i, and McCann. The branding for each carton is inspired by a few of the agencies’ most recognizable brands. Just hand me a pint of BBDO and a spoon.

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Snack Foods Repackaged To Help Them Appear Artisanal


If you’ve ever wondered how you could make those junk foods of yours appear more fancy… it’s all about the packaging.

Dan Meth over at Buzzfeed tests this theory, by repackaging some very unsophisticated food, to make them appear more artisanal.

For example, Slim Jim become Slim James, and suddenly the meat-like stick is suitable for the snootiest of food snobs.

Although, I do not agree with a single-chamber package of Nerds… That’s some low-brow shit.








Hand Drawn Typography on Food


Here’s one way to get fellow office drones to stop stealing your lunch.

Artist Rob Draper, after successfully marking his coffee, has moved on to creating beautiful works of typography on various foodstuffs.

The inspirational food messages are created by hand, using nothing more than marker and paint. See more of Draper’s work below and over at Instagram. Try some food drawings of your own, and cool it with the passive aggressive notes on the fridge.




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