Here’s a normal tin lunch box, with a print of two vending machines on the cover. I did include a “divider” on the front to help make it look like 2 separate machines, though that is not really necessary.
The could be really fancy with buttons and back-lighting, but I wanted something that was easy to wash and maintain. Went with Pepsi here, as they have a more diverse group of sodas, plus they own Doritos and Frito Lay, making this a more plausible licensed product.
I don’t know about you, but I would enjoy bringing one of these to work or school.
In a perfect world everyone would be carrying a travel mug or thermos at all times, to help curb the waste generated by single-use coffee cups and their lids. Perhaps there is another way: a compact device that would reduce the need for plastic lids.
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In Canada we have this cruel annual tradition where Cadbury Creme Eggs are sold from Jan 1st until Easter, then poof, they’re gone. I would like a year-round variant that combines the eggs with the Caramilk bar. If this became a thing, all of the turmoil that plagues our great country would be completely eradicated. No pressure, Cadbury.
Here is a bonus Twix S’mores idea. Hershey makes several S’mores bars, I would just like them in the Twix format. I think the graham crackers would preserve the “cookie-ness” that Twix are known for. The layer of caramel would set this apart from Hershey’s offerings, in my opinion.
Thought I’d offer a new spin on those classic McDonald’s Halloween pails: safety lights for Trick-or-Treaters. These tiny lights could be clipped to shoes, lanyards, wrist bands, or anywhere really.
Continue reading ➞ McDonald’s Halloween Safety Lights
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I haven’t done a new poster in a long time, so I thought I’d tackle the Steak House print seen in Ron Swanson’s office. I’m not the first to make this poster, but I wanted to create a larger and more show-accurate version.
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This one started as a case design for the upcoming Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U, but I felt that drink coasters would be more appropriate. The coasters are based on the “chips” used in the player select screen, and they are stored in a very familiar crate. This set makes for a fun and colorful design that would look at home in your living room or rec room.
Continue reading ➞ Smash Bros. Drink Coasters
If you’re Canadian and really old, you probably want one of these. All you would need is a red “construction worker” lunch box, then decorate it (via paint or stickers) with a bunch of pretty flowers.