Peruvian graphic designer and illustrator Guillermo Fajardo describes his project:
“I’ve always wondered what if the characters from our favorite cereal boxes were actual real life moving and dramatic creatures…This project is based on a personal point of view, taking all my child memories and turning them into a new sarcastic and adult vision, remaking all the cereal gang.”
Fajardo describes “Tony”:
He is masculine, very competitive and addicted to body building…It’s your all-time favorite fierce-costumed-latin-lover Tony. What a better choice than breakfast with a perverse self-obsessed animal!
“Our Hypochondriac friend is addicted to cereal and enemy of sunlight, but not underestimate him! his passion for skating makes him a competitor maniac and not always a fair rival.”
See Count Chocula, and much more of Fajardo’s work on Behance.
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