What's your favorite can design ?
would be even better if they got rid of the little Diet Coke logo.
>>365221I hate the product but damn you can't deny they look cool
>>365247>favorite can>plastic bottlew o w
>>365233True but there's no way in hell they'd remove their full logo for the sake of aeshtetics.
>>365247you can't deny zoomer logic>>365264solid choice
>>365247>blue gradient>flower>zoomers cream their pants because of muh aesthetics
>>365237love it. looks so perfect. just a logo and a cool pattern. clean and straight to the point.
sorry for being obvious, but I just love how the wave ties it together.
>>365309Elephant : )
>>365309My fellow classy alcoholic! I don't know if I would consider the design of their stuff as good as the beer inside, but at least they don't fuck around and they keep their branding consistent because of that.
>>365334Sanpellegrino has some classy branding. I can't help but want to buy their stuff (although it's pricey here)
Yeah it's >Arizona but i like this one a lot.
>>365380the color palette is superb, the colors form a perfect triad and mint green is an amazing color. but the fucking Papyrus… man. also, the composition is kinda meh IMO.
>>365221nice fucked smart car in the back anon
>>365431ooh that's just delightful
>>365384Yeah Papyrus is awful but I assume there are no more fitting free fonts.
>>365404>charles burnsare these real or are they just part of a comic or something?>>365431comfy and cohen-brother-pilled
>>365431kino>>365380I unironically like AriZona tea, but their packaging always misses by a little bit for me
more airzona, but i like this one bc of the sort of gradiant in the back. id love to have it as a wallpaper
>>365451It was real. Manufactured by the Coca-Cola company and marketed towards Gen-x'ers.
>>365431oh shit, it's minimalist vernacular. nnnghI only dislike that it's kinda looks like paint can
>>365446I'm not even sure Papyrus is "free". And there's a thousand better free fonts, especially today. I'd use something Art Nouveau/70s in there (because the plant obviously echoes Japanese art)
>>365221I hated this beer but the can makes me want to buy it again.
>>365479>looks like paint can...Oh.
>>365484looks like something from 2006 t b hoversaturated palette, style doesn't fit beer, retarded cartoon head at the top, too much blank space, composition too heavy in the center and tiny pale text in the bottom
>>365482I want to pretend to be a painter and write a 1-star review for it on Amazon
>>365484oh yeah one look at their team says a lot about the product
>>365446>>365380tried different font instead of Papyrus
>>365498that's obviously BθHθS
The 80s had the best aesthetics.
>>365500love this onethat's a pretty easy effect btw
>>365487Are they reacting to the beer?
>>365502don't know, but it's as onions as it gets. the numale face is real. they're all making faces in the photos, and there are titles under their photos like "full-time dreamer" and "beer bon vivant".pretty much what you'd expect from "craft beer aficionados"
>>365487>>365503These will make some very nice reaction images.
>>365500>The 80s had the best aestheticsI agree.There was an actual effort to experiment that just died out after the mid-90s. Apple's aggressive marketing really took off in the 2000s, and EVERYONE jumped on the minimalism bandwagon. It's only gotten worse sense then.I don't dislike minimalism, but I've gotten pretty sick of it over the years. The last two decades didn't have any real identity of their own, and I think the 2020's would benefit from something fresh.
>>365505people like to bash Apple, but I think other factors played much bigger role. after design has been computerized, a lot of amateurs without education or skills entered the field, because they decided design was something "everyone could do". in result the field has been oversaturated with cheap designers who know nothing about design beside Illustrator tutorials. at the same time, print died and was replaced by web, effectively destroying the long tradition of design and replacing it with web and its vague and turbulent standards. a focus on new tech like 3D, effects and video also played a huge role, largely devaluing traditional graphics and making it a niche medium. what's more, some design tasks such as web page creation have been pretty much automated, effectively destroying the market for new solutions.in result it's simply an infertile soil for any innovation in design. there's no point when no one wants it and it pays like shit. knowing C4D or even web development will pay much more than just design. turned out that no one cared about the art of design beside a bunch of enthusiasts who were unlucky enough to get a design degree.
>>365487>>365503these are uneasy to look at
>>365511I agree that Apple isn't entirely at fault, it's the copycat companies that latched onto their marketing design aesthetic. But implying that the the minimalist style rose to popularity because of the amateur freelancers rather than the amateurs getting work because of the minimalist style already being popular is naive at best.
>>365501what is this effect called again?
>>365517>But implying that the the minimalist style rose to popularity because of the amateur freelancers rather than the amateurs getting work because of the minimalist style already being popular is naive at best.no, of course I didn't imply that. I was talking more regarding creativity in design in general, and why "The last two decades didn't have any real identity of their own".however, speaking of minimalism, I agree with you wholeheartedly. I feel design has died as art/discipline and has become the same as fashion, in a bad way. you know, like fashion, it's just recycling a bunch of trends from previous decades, calling it new, milking these trends to death, repeating it ad nauseam with no real meaning, only to discard it after the due date and replace with a new one that makes "today" look like "yesterday"—rinse, wash, repeat. minimalism being vogue is ironic really, who would have thought it will be a luxurious fashion item one day.
>>365486Do it. I’ll say it was helpful
So the can on the left is an Argentinian company Patagonia that makes beer. The can on the right is from the clothing maker Patagonia, which also makes beer. They are suing each other
>>365538I swapped left and right my badAlso 'no name' beer, made to stand out in a crowd
>>365540Also some cool cans herehttps://liquidriot.com/beer-in-cans/
>>365538lulreminds me of Dove soap and Dove chocolate
Was fooled into drinking this garbage years ago because the can looked really cool.
It's 1998, you're sitting in your living room with all of your friends, playing GoldenEye 007. After a while, you feel thirsty, and crave a sweet sugary drank, you go to your fridge and grab this bad boy. p sure thats the lead singer of smashmouth
>>365491I like this one, Anon. But I would capitalize 'ginseng' and 'honey'
>>365539>>365540I'd actually like it, if they didn't use bright yellow, and the type on the can was large.
>>365334Based and also Melograno-pilled
Tuborg beer cans look pretty nice desu>>365590It admittedly does.
I also like Sinalco Cola cans for their simplicity
The limited edition Faxe 1l beer cans are worth mentioning as well.
>>365831For some reason I thought of Mattel from the thumbnail
>>365484That's a good beer. Great space, too.
>>365309I love the bottle version as well.
>>365494This one is the best
>>365980the sun looks like it doesn't give a fuckwhoever drew it didn't give a fuck either
>>366183Japanese designs are in a league of their own
>>366183These blew my mind back in high school.>tfw going to World Market at the mall for Pocky and Ramune
>>365341>enjoying this overly-sweet overpriced syrup marketed as award winning beerfound the underage girl
>>365221geeze you guys are such plebs. major league coming through
>>366206Nice, to bad the actual product isn't that good.
>>366191i wouldn't like SIPPS nearly as much if the design wasn't textured
>>366400I always wonder, why do nearly all energy drinks look so 2000s? I don't mean in a bad way, but everything from Monster to Adrenaline Rush to Nos to this looks like it came straight from 15 years ago.
>>366403Because contemporary flat pastel gradient lowecase basedboy aesthetic just doesn't fit the product.
>>366407Not can, but wanted share.
>>366418what does the 3, 6, 9 mean
>>366439I don't know, but here's some speculation:- production order- internal joke- ABV level- IBU level- the cans are different sizes, and the number correlates to the volume/ounces
I've always been fond of this one.
>>366470This one too- it's not the best or fanciest design, but using to prompt "favorite," it's got meaning to me, and fits in with a great framing device Flat Earth uses throughout their slate.
>>366403High energy design for a high energy product.A calm and soothing design might look good, but there'd be a disconnect between the design and the intention of the product itself.
>>366481yeah but can't high energy design look 2010s? like, there's this geometric/neon stripe aesthetic today, like on gaming stuff, can't it look high energy too?Monster might be high energy, but it looks like something from Slipknot/cybergoth era. The rest, like Adrenaline Rush, Nos, and a few others just use 2000s fonts—square and/or oblique.
>>366439Stout, lager, IPA
This shit right there is so ridiculous you have to admire the balls
>>366528This one is even better.
>>365221>What's your favorite can design ?
>>366439According to this it's alcohol percentagehttps://www.creativebloq.com/packaging/typographical-packaging-helvetica-beer-8133943>>366469>the cans are different sizes, and the number correlates to the volume/ouncesThe way it should've been.
>>366439The key to the Universe.
Does soup count?
lol at all of these shitty ass can designs