This air from Prague circulated recently, making me wonder who else has designed canned air packaging.
Air of Prague by photographer and graphic artist Kirill Rudenko
“The Air of Prague is also a great gift for your friends and family. Forget the magnets, cups and plates. Bring home something everybody will love and ask questions about, and if anybody is suspicious, just open the can and let them feel the spirit of a thousand years old city.”
In a less tasteful approach there’s this remnant of the 1979 Three Mile Island accident.
Multi-use, from the label:
- Remove label and tell your enemy its laughing gas
- Energy free night light (illuminates in darkness)
- Mix with cold cream for that radiant beauty
- Instant male sterilization (sniff twice daily)
- Use as a room air freshener
- Toothpaste recipe: mix 3 to 1 ratio with baking soda, for ever glowing smile
Are you missing Los Angeles?
Found on box vox
And for the athletes out there, stock-up on some flavoured, purified oxygen.
Photo via Jeremy Hurley
“BigOx contains 89% pure oxygen in a personal bottle available in 4 different refreshing flavors. (Let’s note that the air we breathe contains 21% of pure oxygen. This is true only in places that are not highly elevated or polluted, in which case the percentage of oxygen is even less.)”
I’d go for the mountain mint if I wasn’t hooked on Perri-Air.
Mel Brooks, via Flickr