by Darwin Cosico in New Design on Friday 10 January 2014

Antonio Brasko, a Portland-based graphic designer and art director, saw an opportunity to bridge the worlds of luxury and street wear brands to street art. He created a series of branded Montana spray-paint cans bearing the logos and colours of fashion labels like Burberry and Gucci, as well as sportswear brands like Adidas and Nike (he’s a designer for Nike global).

The way he approached the brands are through a lot of research, and understanding the brand and how they tied to his concept. The Spray Can Project is a brilliant and visually-appealing work, and will appeal to anyone who’s interested in branding, graphic design and street art.