Free Gift Transfers with Breakfast Cereals

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Kellogg's Rice Krispies Rubbits, 1985 [LP226 - LP231]

I have to say: Rubbits. The worst conceivable name for any product.

"What do you think of it so far?" — "Rubbits."

But surprisingly, they're not rubbish — they're actually quite stylish.




Here are all six transfer sheets, in their packets, courtesy of Nick Symes:


"Your RUBBITS is either in the food or between the inner bag and the carton."

So — no need to be alarmed if there is RUBBITS in the food.


These packet backs have also been supplied by Nick, although to avoid repetition I've re-arranged the four different 'action pictures' into a single image:


The packet reveals that the secret of the better-than-usual graphic design is due to the images being 'borrowed' from a TV ad. Quite an expensive one, I would imagine; this was the era of Tron & Max Headroom, with computer graphics in their infancy, & normally faked by traditional hand-crafted means.

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Picture Credit: The SPLAT Scan Archives — Nick Symes