Nendo's Chocolate-Paint Confections Rival the Finest of Color Palettes

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Dec 6, 2013 • References: & mocoloco
Nendo's chocolate-paint sweets rival a professional artist's palette. The Japanese retailer has created these cleverly packaged chocolates that are made to resemble a box of traditional oil paint tubes.

The label's differently colored tubes represent a wide variety of decadent flavours that are sure to satisfy one's sweet-tooth and keen eye for design. Indicating each chocolate’s flavour, these colored labels also function as the sweets' wrappers that are displayed together as an elegantly boxed set.

This limited edition chocolate-paint set from Nando was designed for the Seibu Department Store in Japan. The design studio's cleverly packaged and delicious snacks make a perfect gift this holiday season. The sweet and sophisticated confections are sure to be appreciated by the indulgent and tasteful art enthusiast. Stats for Art Supply Sweets Trending: Older & Chilly
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