Using nothing more than two Crispix and two Cheerios, Davis has set up a suitable defense against the breakfast rebellion. We can only hope that the Wafflennium Falcon is not far behind.
Problem… Your child, with their underdeveloped palate and all, is starting to show signs of being a bit of a food snob. Austin restaurant Lil’ Buco is here to help nurture their snobbery with a kids’ menu — but all refined-like.
No longer will your child be subjected to boring peanut butter and jelly placed between two slices of bread with the crusts cut off. And, your little foodie will never want a grilled cheese again, unless it’s in coin-form.
Just make sure your pretentious little eater saves room for the Sous Vide Pop-Tart with cereal-infused milk.
If you take your sugar-coated kiddie crack seriously, you might consider putting it on display. CerealBoxes is a neat project that takes a few popular kids’ cereals and displays them meticulously in museum-quality specimen boxes.
Available in three different displays, the series includes Froot Loops, Lucky Charms, Fruity Pebbles and the dates in which each was founded. Available for sale here.
Holla! Rappers & Cereal is a Tumblr blog that rethinks a few of our favorite cereals as if they were endorsed by rappers. Grab some gin and juice and pour it over a heaping bowl of Snoop Loops, or make sure cereal isn’t one of your 99 problems with Jigga Jacks.
Check out more here. And, if you’re feeling the beat, get out of your seat, and suggest a few rap cereals that are neat… Word! Can I have my own cereal now?
This line of Superman Cereals is a concept by artist Phil Postma. So, unfortunately your local cereal aisle won’t actually be lined with Sugar Justice or Mxyzptlk Alpha-Bits. What, no Bizarre O’s either? [shaking fist at computer screen] Darn you, Phil Postma!!! Why must you toy with us!!