You'll never find a box of Cap'n Crunch or a pack of Slim Jims in a hipster's house. Why? Well, aside from the fact that neither are organic, the colors of the packaging would simply clash too much with all of the other artfully designed products in their food cupboard.


Show Full Text

But what would such products look like if they too had the hipster makeover? Well take a look at the pictures below to see for yourself. They were created by Dan Meth, a US artist who's reimagined some of America's most famous snacks as fancy pantsy gourmet food. From Twinkies and Nerds to Fruit by the Foot and Cinnamon Graham Dunkaroos, these rebranded snacks wouldn't look out of place in even the most gentrified household. Which one do you like the most? Let us know in the comments below!

More info: Dan Meth

#1 Slim Jim

Slim Jim

Dan Méth Report

Amanda Panda 3 months ago

I think the packaging on the left probably keeps them fresher, however packaging on right is fancy af

View More Replies...
View more comments

#3 Fruit By The Foot

Fruit By The Foot

Dan Méth Report

Arty 3 months ago

if you try to "hipsterise" something but putting French on it, at least translate correctly...

View More Replies...
View more comments

#4 Cap’n Crunch

Cap’n Crunch

Dan Méth Report

AcousticGString 3 months ago

Glad they didnt' rename it "Captain's Berries"

View More Replies...
View more comments

#5 Nerds

Nerds

Dan Méth Report

Amanda Panda 3 months ago

Yes, but here is a VITAL question, in the packaging on the right, are they separated by color? Because the ingenious design of the one on the left is that you can open the sides to eat the colors individually, or if you like to live dangerously, you can mix them

View More Replies...
View more comments

#6 Four Loko

Four Loko

Dan Méth Report

Amanda Panda 3 months ago

I could easily see the bottle outselling the can.

View More Replies...
View more comments

#7 Dunkaroos

Dunkaroos

Dan Méth Report

Caitlyn McCracken 3 months ago

I MISS THESE. Are they still around?

View More Replies...
View more comments