Whether you roll with a cold can of 1595 C, or you’re feeling bold and want to throw back a 426 C, the packaging let’s you know what’s in store before you crack it open.
Artist Alejo Malia recently had a little fun with the ubiquitous Starbucks logo. With some minor design alterations, Malia is able to transform the mermaid into some of the most typical personalities that you’d find at the coffee shop.
Whether it’s an iPad-toting social media addict, a cupcake fiend, or a good old-fashioned hipster… the series makes a strong case for why Starbucks should consider using several logos.
My vote is still with changing the angle of the mermaid completely. That, or the hipster.
Happy Meals have been catered to little kids for far too long. And, we want our combo meal with included toy!
Artist Newt Clements has come up with a series of Happy Meals that is a bit more adult. From The Big Lebowski, Breaking Bad, and a plethora of horror movie Happy Meals… these themes would surely be too much for a youngster to handle. But honestly… Are they any scarier than this guy?
See the entire Happy Meals series on Pinterest.
Brunch used to be just a fun way to consolidate two meals while nursing a hangover. Now, it’s clearly become an exercise in humans’ tolerance for each other, and is responsible for things like “bruncher’s remorse” and “tip guilt.”
Michelle Rial of The Bold Italic knows this, and has created Hand-Crafted Charts About Brunch — a handy series that shows us a few ways in which the meal in-between breakfast and lunch has become intolerable.
Now, where’s my overpriced Bloody Mary and designer omelette? Waitress!!
Disposable coffee cups have become quite the canvas for inspired art. Now, Russian illustrator Illarion Gordon takes coffee cup art to another level, creating fictitious coffee brands, while toying with our caffeine-addicted minds.
Coffee shops such as Coffee Time and Atomic Coffee will surely have us skipping the little green mermaid. As long as they provide our soy lattes… can’t live without those.
See more of Gordon’s work over at Instagram.