Wednesday, July 11, 2012

80s Art That Is Part Of This Complete Breakfast!

 "Part Of This Complete Breakfast"
80s Cereal Box Art and More by artist Ian Glaubinger

I love searching the net for new spins on 80s pop culture. After a recent search, I stumbled onto the art of Ian Glaubinger. He recently did a feature series of cereal box art for Geek-Art.Net entitled "Part Of This Complete Breakfast." In the series, he incorporated four beloved 80s franchises with original cereal boxes (some even with awesome prizes inside!) My favorite of the bunch is the Back To The Future box featuring "crunchy clock tower o's with marshmallow lightning bolts." Here are the others in Ian's series:


Doodles From My Noodle
Ian's blog "Doodles From My Noodle" at HasUNow.Blogspot.Com contains hundreds of original drawings from the pop culture world. Many are from the 80s, but he does venture into older and newer realms. Check out these awesome cartoon drawings of beloved 80s movie and TV characters:

 





TMNT Arcade
I really miss playing video games at the 80s arcade. After looking at these four Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle arcade game prints, I miss it even more! Way cool designs of each character on the sides of these machines...

T-Shirt Designs
If you're like me, wearing your 80s favorites is something you take alot of pride in doing. Ian's t-shirt shop at RedBubble.Com has some great original designs based on Back To The Future and others. Love the subtle way you can support the Hill Valley Preservation Society or show off your school pride when the Hill Valley "Maddogs" take to the football field!



Art Shop
Ian has many of his original prints available at the Doodles From My Noodle Shop on Etsy. I'm really glad I stopped by there because I stumbled across my favorite piece by Ian...John Candyland! So much to love about this print. One of my favorite comedic actors of all time, Candy can be seen as five of his most beloved characters including Barf from Spaceballs, Jack Chester from Summer Rental, Private Ox from Stripes, Uncle Buck, and Del Griffith from Planes, Trains, and Automobiles. Plus the game board features many of the props and scenes from the movies.

A very special thank you to Ian for letting me showcase just a few pieces from his collection. I invite everyone to connect with Ian at his Doodles From My Noodle website. You can also like his Facebook page and follow him on Twitter.