This packaging sunscreen concept from designer Stas Neretin takes cues from fine art for a unique visual system that displays the level of sun protection that each product provides.
In addition to it being imagined that the sunscreen would packaged like tubes of paint, the concept illustrates 'Strong Protection' with a pale-skinned body and 'Low Protection' with a tanned torso. The paintery bodies depicted on the tubes borrow imagery from the The Fall of Man and The Massacre of the Innocents by Cornelis Cornelisz van Haarlem.
The collection of sunscreen tubes was specifically put together for painters who like to work in the outside air and would benefit from an added layer of sun protection on their skin. As such, the collection is branded as protective "Plein Air" creams.
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