Gary Baseman Walking Kaiju Peppermint Hint Mints.
About Hint Mint:
Two young entrepreneurs hoping to develop a product based on the catchy name ‘Hint Mint’ founded Hint Mint in 2000. Hint Mint carries an entire line of fine quality mints that appeals to a higher market, all vegan, kosher and made with absolutely no animal products. The Hint Mint Classics and Artist Series are packaged in a curved, slide-to-open 1920s cigarette style tin, adorned with art deco detailing. Each mint is individually stamped with Hint Mint’s signature leaf and rests on a bed of velum. Hint Mints are available worldwide in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Singapore and Japan.
About Gary Baseman:
Gary Baseman’s esteemed artwork contributes to major publications such as The New Yorker, Time, The New York Times and Rolling Stone. His strong visual images have been commissioned throughout the corporate world, with such international clients as Nike, Chili’s, Gatorade, Mercedes-Benz, Labatt and Thomas Cook. Baseman created the visual identity of the award-winning, best-selling game "Cranium." He is also the three-time Emmy award-winning creator and executive producer of Teacher’s Pet, the critically acclaimed animated television series and feature-length animated film. The National Portrait Gallery in D.C. and the Museum of Modern Art in Rome feature his work in their permanent collections and he continues to have solo gallery exhibitions throughout the world. Entertainment Weekly Magazine named Baseman as one of the 100 Most Creative People in Entertainment. His 352 page book of his art, titled "Dumb Luck" was recently published by Chronicle Books.