Artist Eric Barclay takes ordinary food packaging, and breathes life into them with some hand painting. Whether a Coffee-Mate container, or Diet Coke can, Barclay creates three-dimensional versions of his unmistakable characters. He even finds a use for French’s Mustard — impressive.
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This is adorable!
absolutely brilliant. have tried this myself, but the results of my artistic endeavours aren’t a patch on these.
Interesting paintings, I’d love to see more from this guy 🙂
thats good and creative use of latter useless package
These are so cute and at the same time very clever. And re-using those would make you much more awesome.
I like that the walrus and penguin are drinking coffee — even though it doesn’t appear to have any Coffeemate in it. 🙂
Amazing creations it would be cool to see more of these.
Kimberly Temple says
How adorable! I agree with Colleen, a Santa would be adorable! I might have to see what Christmas decorations I can wrangle out of the food packages we have! Wonderful idea, very original and inspiring. ^_^
Chris Durso says
Probably not reusable, but a great way to recycle nonetheless.
Crystal Sani says
Can you actually reuse those, if so they’re even more awesome.
such a nice idea to reuse those articles which people just throw in dust bins
those are really cute
Beatles Fan says
It’s actually Goo goo g’joob. Koo koo ka choo is from the song “Mrs. Robinson” by Simon and Garfunkel.
I am the walrus. (kookookachoo)
J. Danger says
That’s a cool idea, and what a great way to recycle!!!
Chris Durso says
Colleen… I remember seeing him paint a Santa on a Coke bottle. It’s somewhere on his blog, and pretty cool.
Wow, those are so clever. If I have time, I may try to make a Santa with one of the Coffee Mate bottles. Thanks,for sharing.
That is a great way of recycling and truly beautiful art in one.