Found May 24, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Of all the excellent fan creations we’ve seen, this may be the best. Self-proclaimed die-hard Kentucky Wildcats fan Danny Palmer spent about two weeks making a 4×4 portrait of former Wildcats forward Anthony Davis … and he did it using nothing but cereal.
Palmer told LBS he used about three boxes of Kix and Reese’s Puffs, and he says he also used some Captain Crunch for the ear rings.
I thought the gigantic Tebowing snowman was the best fan creation I’d seen until this.
Do we marvel or salivate over this fine work of art? Well done Mr. Palmer, well done.
H/T Kentucky Sports Radio
Photo Credit: Danny Palmer
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A Kentucky fan put together a fantastic Anthony Davis portrait that he made entirely out of cereal.
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