I was staring at some frozen pizza at a slightly-nicer grocery store near my home, and it hit me- why not top some 'za with hilariously extravegant meats, veggies, and spreads? Like, ingredients that wouldn't be economically feasable for a cheap pizza that would sell for about $3.99 to $8.99 a piece.

So I made these, and photographed it as if it were real.

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Somewhat close-ups of some physical models I made, and inserted into an actual pizza.

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Close-ups of the labels themselves.

This next project was taking an already existing box (it used to hold about 500 A7 envelopes), and making something out of it.

In this case, a complete pizza party that includes 4 distinct pizzas, a pack of brownie mix, some sauce packets, a drink concentrate, and is topped off with a plastic pizza cutter, a pack of napkins, and a postcard offering an exclusive party mix for a website that doesn't exist (but the URL is already taken and isn't anything).
Honestly, I think someone who'd actually buy this with the expectation that it wouldn't be kind of lame is waiting for a sad awakening. But it'd still be fun to see something like this actually exist, even if it's just a novelty.

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