U.S. Map Made From Discarded Cereal Boxes

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I love this recycled take on a U.S. map from Chris Kaasman and his wife. I, too, am a ceral junkie and find myself hoarding the boxes because they are strong and handy for using in projects, not to mention visually stimulating. I’m sure it’s because I’m a Texan, but I’m particularly fond of the way the Honey Nut Cheerios heart falls right in the “Heart of Texas.” [via The Swell Life]


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2 thoughts on “U.S. Map Made From Discarded Cereal Boxes

  1. yellowdoggrl says:

    I like it! (I do find myself wishing that Minnesota was represented by a General Mills brand, though…)

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