Have you ever wondered why cereals bother to include oat clusters? At one time or another we have all stripped a cereal of its only semblance of nutrition, leaving just the pastel teeth-rotting marshmallows for breakfast.
Originally released in 1965, Quisp was your typical kiddie-crack in corn cereal form. The cereal was named after its mascot, Quisp the Alien — a lovable, propeller-headed goofball with a severe speech impediment.
Quisp was discontinued in the late 70’s, but was reborn the following decade with limited distribution, and has since become an internet sensation.
Not long after this article was originally written, Quisp started showing up in limited release throughout the U.S. Are were you more of a Quake person?
German photographer Oliver Schwarzwald recently completed a series of photographs depicting breakfasts eaten in different countries around the world. We can’t help but think that there are exclusions of some breakfast culture that we would like to have seen. But great technique and concept nonetheless.
As a red-blooded American, my only question is; Where are the Pop-Tarts and mochaccinos at?
[via Boing Boing]