French Confectionery 'Babines' Crafted a Line of Popular Media Sweets

By: Malika Renee Butss - Dec 2, 2015
References: highsnobiety & chiclaunches
French confectionery maker Babines has looked to pop culture for its latest line of sweet treats. The brand's release of 3D-printed lollipops display shapes any millennial would recognize.

To make these tasty suckers, the French confectionery label used 3D-printed molds modeled after popular icons like a dollar sign, a game console, the Facebook like symbol and a Nike Air Force 1. The lollipops come in an assortment of flavors from blueberry to lemon and even cola.

The young French brand is using this new line of fresh lollipops as a way to uphold its reputation as a blossoming label that specializes in handcrafted lollipops for the millennial generation. Babines also offers a customization service so consumers can create their own pop culture lollipops.