How about some sacrilege? The same amount of peanut butter cup but in a more efficient square shape. This is to save about 15% in packaging and increase the number of bars that can be shipped around the world.
But wait there is more: I ditched the black wrappers so the cardboard tray has a flap to keep the cups separated. This helps reduce more waste, plus those darn wrappers always tear some chocolate off the bottom of the cup!
Continue reading ➞ Reese’s Square Peanut Butter Cups
Now that we have the technology, it is possible to create a Game Boy that looks exactly as it appeared on the original packaging. Basically a back-lit keyboard meets the Game Boy. Just an idea for a possible Game Boy Classic.
Sorry for the lack of activity lately! I have been editing hundreds of posts these past few months as part of my cleanup effort. While I was sorting through all my art I stumbled on something I made a few years back, but decided not to post: this PIXAR case based on the Pizza Planet truck, which has been seen in every PIXAR film.
Continue reading ➞ Pixar Collection Blu-Ray Case
This one is for the kids or the “really self-assured geek” (not to be confused with a hipster), either way this is a fun design for a lunchbox based on the beloved Happy Meal from McDonald’s.
Continue reading ➞ Geeky Lunch Box: McDonald’s Happy Meal