Why should kid’s cereals get to have all the fun? What if adults were lured to cereal by the vacant stare of a cartoon mascot? As Caldwell Tanner shows us, perhaps mascots are better left to the sugar-coated crack that is kid’s cereal. And we’ll keep buying ours based on what keeps us regular the best.
Was is it about vintage cereal boxes that gives us the warm and fuzzies? Perhaps it’s their ability to instantly remind us of a simpler time. A time when we were hooked on crunchy oat clusters and marbits, and our biggest concern of the day was what the prize at the bottom of the box would be.
The greatest thing since sliced bread… Behold The Loaf Dog
Poor Cap’n… The Last Breakfast
It’s People!!!… Soylent Green Is People Magazine
Eco-Comic… Plantable Comic Book That Will Grow Herbs
Spaghetti-No’s… Pac-Man Pasta
Cutting carbs… Mr. Potato Head Is Now Thinner, Wears Pants