We do love it when young, underdog designers go to work on big brands, liberated from the shackles of actually being employed by any of them. (Anyone else remember Jørn’s deviously brilliant milk cartons?)
And while the beauties up top may not be Absolut Milk exactly, the be-teated creations of Anna Utopia Giordano tread similar territory. Offsetting the good-times power of everyone’s favourite spirits with a mildly unsettling dose of transgenerational cross-branding (the Fisher Price Old No. 7 is a particular favourite), they’re certainly an entertaining update on the ol’ notion of ‘mother’s milk’.
Source: Anna Utopia Giordano