Made In Brooklyn Rooftop Garden Popsicles – 02

Organically Delicious: “Made In Brooklyn” Rooftop Garden Popsicles

Made In Brooklyn Rooftop Garden Popsicle Packaging Design

“Made In Brooklyn” Rooftop Garden Popsicle Packaging Design by Amy Chen

Okay so they’re not real but we really wish they were. Designer Amy Chen crafted these adorable little packages for Made In Brooklyn, a rooftop garden that doesn’t exist (at least not yet).

The would-be Coney Island-based establishment would carry this yummy assortment of organic fruit popsicles and we could enjoy them while overlooking the Wonder Wheel, on the boardwalk, on the beach, or just exploring Coney.

They’d certainly be a nice a alternative to all of the fried options (the last time I ate at Coney Island I was sick for three days!).

“The logo, inspired by the historic ferris wheel, combines multiple abstracted fruit forms,” says Amy who is currently studying at Pratt Institute. “The logotype is derived from the whimsical visual language of Coney Island’s signage.”

Made In Brooklyn Rooftop Garden Popsicle Packaging Design

Made In Brooklyn Rooftop Garden Popsicle Packaging Design

Made In Brooklyn Rooftop Garden Popsicle Packaging Design

“Located in Coney Island overlooking the iconic Wonder Wheel, Made in Brooklyn harvests some of New York’s finest organic fruits. With the perfect summer refreshment in mind, we created an assortment of fruit popsicles from real and fresh ingredients. Each popsicle is made with hand-picked fruit from our rooftop garden, and is a delicious and delightful drop of sunshine for any Coney Island beach bum!”