Recently I have been mesmerized by the intricate designs of store displays. They go to extravagant lengths to make us buy their stuff, and it usually works. Unfortunately we don’t have many here where I am located, but I get my fix by checking out the displays that are available on the Internet. And let me tell you, there are quite a few of them available. Even though the designs themselves may not be too hard to recreate, it’s pretty cool to see how they use the brand colors to get the desired pattern they are after. Just looking at these store displays actually makes you forget that the packages are not just one single color.
The mind can easily be fooled if you let it. What that means is that you can initially look at these “builds” and truly forget that these are not composed of pixels but of product packages. Also, the perception of depth gets a little obscured, and once you find something to cross reference the size of the build, will find that you have been fooled into believing that they are either larger or smaller than they actually are.
These particular designs and builds are completely built by soda packages. It’s not too hard to spot what brands they have used, and once you have figured that out, you definitely know how brilliant these 6 builds are. The colors seem to match the original characters supremely. All the thoughts you are left with is to buy a heck of a lot of soda so you can get to these packages yourself cause everyone knows that if there is something that has to do Super Mario, well you need to get it. So stock up on money and get your butt off the couch. It’s time to setup the Super Mario soda package build at home. It’s definitely geekalicious!