• The nostalgic Christmas packaging featuring the work of Norman Rockwell.
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Kellogg's has launched a limited edition Corn Flakes Box offering a slice of pop culture history.

Available exclusively at Coles, the Christmas Corn Flakes box celebrates the legacy of painter Norman Rockwell.

In 1954, Kellogg’s partnered with Rockwell and Leo Burnett to create a series of six portraits for its Corn Flakes packaging.

The result was an illustration of post-WWII prosperity: six portraits of children free to enjoy their Corn Flakes, as well as the legendary Santa Claus portrait.

A prolific artist during the 1950s, Rockwell created several influential paintings that impacted the art world, including ‘The Thanksgiving Picture’ and ‘Freedom of Speech’.

The limited edition Norman Rockwell Corn Flakes box (725g) will be available from 27 November for RRP $4.

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