Lest anyone imagine that camouflage patterns were confined only to beverage packaging, here are some recent examples of camouflage package design, in general.
Because of its star logo, Amour Star seems ready-made for a patriotic camouflage treatment, although it’s debatable how American a “Vienna Sausage” can ever be. (Designed by Bob Oliva)
Jiffy Pop, too, has undergone camouflage treatment. (Via: Lester Of Puppets’s Flickr Photostream)
“Powderflage” powder concealer comes in a camouflage canister. (Note how its camo pattern is made of butterflies.)
Srixon’s camouflaged USO golf balls pack, we’ve mentioned before.
Yoder’s canned bacon comes in a camouflage patterned can.
“A Bathing Ape” (aka: BAPE) has for a while featured camouflage patterns in its branding.
And Huggie’s diapers have also supported our troops through camouflage patterning.
Also: camouflage candy…
and camouflage peanuts, for some reason.
(and one more example, after the fold…)