Antonio Brasko, the creative director and founder of Norwood USA, is the boss at making brand spray cans.
He has turned your classic tin spray cans into hip streetwear brands like Supreme, Dr. Martens, Nike and Adidas. He also included some posh branding for the ladies such as Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Burberry. These cans come in flashy bright colors, which stay true to the tones portrayed by the fashion label being imitated. The minimalistic yet graphic designs of these cans serve more as a decoration and homage to your favorite brands.
While you can still tag the streets with these spray cans and earn some cool bragging rights, these cans appeal as more of an acknowledgement to the two things urban taggers enjoy the most -- street art and fashion.
These Spray Cans Have Been Made Over to Resemble Classic Streetwear Brands
1. Streetwear-inspired Spray Cans - Opportunity for brands to collaborate with streetwear labels to create limited edition spray cans that appeal to both graffiti artists and fashion enthusiasts.
2. Brand-branded Products - Opportunity for iconic brands to extend their presence in the fashion industry by creating branded spray cans that showcase their logos and designs.
3. Minimalistic Graphic Designs - Opportunity for artists and designers to explore minimalistic graphic designs on spray cans, creating visually appealing collectibles for both art enthusiasts and fashion lovers.
1. Fashion - Fashion brands can explore collaborations with street artists and graffiti writers to create unique spray cans that serve as brand extensions and art pieces.
2. Art - Art supply companies can tap into the growing trend of fashionable spray cans, offering a range of colors and designs that cater to both professional artists and urban creatives.
3. Advertising and Marketing - Brands can leverage the popularity of street art and fashion by incorporating branded spray cans in creative advertising campaigns, engaging with consumers on a visual and tactile level.