Hipsters are extreme about everything. They either want something minimalist or go for extremely graphic designs. But sometimes, there is a middle ground where those two meet. Here you’ll find some 17 Products You’ll Try Because Of Their Hipster Packaging. Some of these products look so good, you’ll add them immediately to your cart without even knowing what they are.
1.) Monsieur Moustache (sauce and dips)
Hipster element: The moustache. Definitely the moustache.
2.) Pixels (spirit)
Hipster element: Any reference to graphic design is hipster.
3.) Taste of Greece Ouzo Mitilini (Greek alcohol)
Hipster element: Hand-drawn feel, sloppy font, geometric pattern
4.) ICA private label tea
Hipster element: Patterns, patches, and sticking with a monotone
5.) Jack Sailor Marmalade
Hipster element: The use of a trendy font on a solid background (AKA the marmalade)
6.) Argentum No Smell Socks, Russia
Hipster element: Unconventional packaging for socks; open and boxy.
7.) Blow Creative Agency, Hong Kong
Hipster element: Colorful aztec geometric pattern
8.) Artifact Masque
Hipster element: Subtle pattern and minimalist design
9.) Clive’s Pies (and dips!), UK
Hipster element: Hand-drawn feel, simple use of space, circles in different shades
10.) Musso’s Pantry (fictional)
Hipster element: Colors! Brush strokes! Font! Yum!
11.) Raselli Organic Swiss Product
Hipster element: Shapes. Definitely the shapes. And font.
12.) Golden State Cider
Hipster element: Typography, space, and frame. The colors are pretty hip, too.
13.) ElbowGrease, school project
Hipster element: Huge font, patterns, color palette. Household chore has never been this cool.
14.) Country Chic paint
Hipster element: Sketched flowers and color palette
15.) Burton’s snacks
Hipster element: Newspaper reference!
16.) Sweet Virtues chocolate truffles
Hipster element: Graphics, font and layout
17.) Antidote Coldpressed Juice
Hipster element: Triangles, font, and intriguing graphics
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