Artist Creates Traditional 18th Century Naval Portrait of Cap'n Crunch

March 28, 2019

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This is a shot of a traditional 18th century style naval portrait of Cap'n Crunch, digitally painted by artist and illustrator BoosterPang (links to available poster) as "another thing no one asked for." Only because we didn't know what was best for us, BoosterPang. Man, I can still remember the first time I ever did battle with the Cap'n. "He f***ed the roof of your mouth up, didn't he?" Even worse than the time I ate lava rocks. "Who would admit to eating lava rocks?" Someone who doesn't want to admit they were actually lava troll testicles. *shrug* A bet's a bet.

Keep going for a shot of a cereal box for reference.

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Thanks to Eric L, who, after seeing this portrait, isn't convinced the Crunch's father wasn't the Quaker Oats Man.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Huh... John Draper does look a lot like Cap'n Crunch. I heard he sort of did but man, this portrait is spot-on. For those who don't know John Draper was the phreaker who used a cap'n crunch whistle to get free phone calls.

  • ChungLingSoo

    I want a photorealistic portrait of Snap, Crackle, and Pop from Rice Crispies.

  • Megatron Jenkins

    That's kinda cool.

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