Product Packaging Art Sculptures

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A Japanese artist who goes by “02ESyRaez4VhR2l” on Twitter specializes in transforming product packaging, like Pringles cans, into anime-inspired sculptures, and has gained quite the following on the social media service. On a related note, did you know that the consistent saddle shape of Pringles chips are mathematically known as a hyperbolic paraboloid? That’s right, their designers allegedly used supercomputers to ensure that the chips’ aerodynamics would keep them in place during packaging. They were originally known as “Pringles Newfangled Potato Chips”, but other snack manufacturers objected, saying they failed to meet the definition of a potato “chip”. So, the FDA ruled in 1975 that Pringles could only use the word “chip” in their product name within the following phrase: “potato chips made from dried potatoes”. Read more for more examples of product packaging turned art.

Milky Chocolate

Product Packaging Art Sculptures

Lotte Toppo

Product Packaging Art Sculptures

Chocolate Cookie

Product Packaging Art Sculptures

Nestle Coffee

Product Packaging Art Sculptures

Nepia Tissues

Product Packaging Art Sculptures

Meiji The Chocolate

Product Packaging Art Sculptures

OREO Jet

Product Packaging Art Sculptures