12 Deeply Strange Branded Products (That, Somehow, Are Real)

In 2007, you could buy a Beyoncé-branded B-phone.
12 Deeply Strange Branded Products (That, Somehow, Are Real)

Welcome, dear reader, to a world of strange and wonderful branded products. From the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Pie to the Samsung B-Phone designed by Beyonce, these products are sure to make you scratch your head in confusion. But, somehow, they are all real.

We have scoured the world for the most peculiar branded products, and we have compiled a list of the twelve strangest ones we could find. From Kiss caskets to Levi’s AMC Denim Gremlins to Disney remixes, these products are sure to surprise and delight you.

This list is a tribute to the weird, wonderful, and wacky creations that have been dreamed up over the years. Some of them have been successful, some not so much, but all of them have made us stop and think. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at some of the most interesting and unusual products ever created in the fever dreams of marketing managers.

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Olympic cigarettes BUY NOW TOKYO At the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, the local Olympic committee licensed a brand of cigarettes called Olympia. This ended up being a huge FILTER CIGARET financial success, kind of depressingly. CRACKED

Olympia Cigarettes


Minion Yellow: Happiness in a hue.

Minion Yellow Pantone made a special color, Minion Yellow, to go with the Minions movie. It's meant to show the characters' fun and mischievous sides and give people a feeling of happiness and positivity. BUY NOW CRACKED

Universal Studios, Pantone

The Guardian

Denim-clad Gremlin: Levi’s meets AMC.

BUY NOW Levi's AMC Denim Gremlin In 1973, Levi's and American Motors Corporation (АМС) teamed up to make the Denim Gremlin - the first car to have denim upholstery and the Levi's logo on the front seats. Somehow, it did not achieve the cult status of, say, the DeLorean. CRACKED

American Motors Corporation


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