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Drink it and Toast it - 8 Extraordinary Messages Contained in Cups

Companies around the world are beginning to take advantage of the beverage industry! By using beer mugs and to go coffee cups, messages are being creatively portrayed in as simple of a way as purchasing your morning coffee.

Check out these creative cups! Do they get the message out they are trying to?

1. Make the Homeless Experience Real with a Coin-Filled Cup

The copy on the lid of this coffee cup reads, "For too many of us this is more than just a cup. NCH nationalhomeless.org." The company believed using real objects, such as coins, would help consumers to better relate to what the homeless must feel.

Source: Ads of the World

2. Look at My Pearly Whites

Don't forget how many people will actually see the bottom of your to go coffee cups; Wrigley took advantage of this space to show off their whitening gum.

Source: Frederik Samuel

3. Wearable Java Jackets - Wear It Later!

Not your drink!

But the bracelet cuff that comes with it! Starbucks new Pike Place Roast this week. To celebrate their launch,  these handmade bracelets fit snugly around your cup today and look funky and sassy around your wrist tomorrow. What an attention getter!

Source: TrendHunter

4. Peel Off Label For Your Cup with Green Wine

According to TrendHunter, this clever design of a wine bottle by Viktor Pucsek for the PapaMama Design Competition. The Vinho Verde (literally green wine) concept incorporates eco-friendly practices in the design of a very attractive bottle. The bottle’s labels can be peeled off and folded up into paper cups.

Source: Trendhunter

 
Comments
Apr 17, 2008
by Anonymous

On #5, how does using

On #5, how does using stylish sleeves greener than using a cup? You'd throw away the container, right? dumb

Apr 17, 2008
by Anonymous

on #8, how much exatly is

on #8, how much exatly is "conserved" in making that king of cup compared to just a simple cup? another dumb

Apr 17, 2008
by Anonymous

repost

on #8, how much exactly is "conserved" in making that kind of cup compared to just a simple cup? ironic