Images: Wacky Packs

Still remember the “wacky packs” – well maybe not the first series from Topps appeared in 1967. Each of them had a gum in it and a sticker card that was a parody – sometimes in a quite sarcastic way – of the consumer packaging for a well known product.

While the original ones now go for USD 100+ on ebay or other places, San Juan island based designer Chris Minney has created a series of images inspired by these “wacky packs and made them available online in his Flickr stream .

Guess these will also make good small posters for your fridge.


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