Kellogg Cereal What Artist Could Not Paint Ad 1944
Kellogg Cereal What Artist Could Not Paint Ad 1944 This is a June 13, 1944 advertisement. It is a nice color ad from Kellogg of Battle Creek. Ad shows a tasty bowl of cereal with milk and strawberries. Also on the table is some artists brushes and paint. The picture is by Fredrick Thompson. Ad reads, What the artist could not paint. Says the artist can capture the eye appeal of the corn flakes but it takes a bowl and a spoon and an appetite to capture their taste appeal. In excellent condition. Photo is taken through plastic and may show wrinkles or crookedness that is not in the ad. This original magazine tear sheet measures 10 inches wide by 13 1/4 inches tall.
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