New and fresh ideas can certainly come from iconic and even overly-used imagery, and Slacks Cologne branding is a slick example of this. There was a time when a tiny round tin of pomade was one of the most prized items in a man's pocket, which makes it the perfect symbol to promote the importance of this perfumed product.
Inside the hair wax can lies a transparent rectangular bottle filled with a unisex fragrance. The visual references did not end with the image on the printed metal, for the same vintage style illustrations are found on the flask as well. There is a classic appeal to the 1920s Slacks Cologne branding, which as an extension serves to sell the expertise of Charles S. Anderson Design Co. and the release of its CSA Archive illustration book.