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Publication Date

Winter 1-1-2016


artists' books, student artists' book contest, third


Book and Paper

Student Status

Undergraduate student

Year of Graduation



Experimental and Foundation Studies

Faculty / Course

Martie Holmer, Design Foundations

Materials + Techniques

Adobe Photoshop

Student Narrative

The book explains the use of genetically modified organisms (G.M.O.s) in Kellogg's cereals, taking a stylistic approach that calls to mind former advertisements used by the company as though as to entice children to consume their products. A reliance on patterns, color, and typography envelops the project as though as to produce a work that is suggestive of the themes used by Kellogg's in their advertising campaigns with a satirical and sensationalist tone.

Ever Wonder What's In Your Cereal?



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