This Artist Remakes The Packaging Of Well-Known Grocery Items In A Satirical And Funny Manner – Design You Trust

This Artist Remakes The Packaging Of Well-Known Grocery Items In A Satirical And Funny Manner

A Photoshop enthusiast called Doctor Photograph (very clever name) partially satisfies this craving by creating a satirical new flavor, or a version of products we all recognize. However, these new flavors are not the flavors we wanted, but the flavors we needed… to make us smile. Let’s hope some of these versions make it to the shelves someday, or let’s hope that some of them shall only remain in digital form.

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