UK fan makes portrait of Anthony Davis made completely out of cereal
What we have here is clearly some of the most inspired and viral -- and eatable -- fan art college basketball has ever witnessed.
Ain't that some Kix in the head.
What we have here is clearly some of the most creative and viral -- and eatable -- fan art college basketball has ever witnessed. Kentucky fan Danny Palmer has already seen his grain-inspired work get noticed by "SportsCenter" and a slew of websites. It went big on Twitter late Thursday night, too. Even General Mills is interested in telling the story of how their product helped conceive a modern-day munch-able Mona Lisa.
My favorite detail? How about the use of Cap'n Crunch for Davis' earrings. In totality, this is some remarkably impressive creativity. How you get cereal to so closely resemble a human is mind-bending. Was there a sketch beforehand? I want to know more -- after I down this massive bowl of Fruity Pebbles.
Most impressive of all is how Davis found a new way to milk his fame without even trying. This really is some unbelievable stuff. What's more, you know a Kentucky fan would throw down as much green for this as some stuffy art collector would for an avante garde piece that's valued at five figures.
Let's do Calipari next, Danny. I'm thinking a real challenge. Can we integrate some Wheaties, or perhaps Honey Comb?
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