Synopsis of Lunch Box
Package design is a secret American art. Andy Warhol understood, when he painted Campbell's Soup cans, that the ubiquitous packaging of everyday objects was anyone's first exposure to fine art. So many snack brands designs have become second nature to us, especially those that contain crunchy, salty goodies like Fritos brand Corn Chips. In 1975, King Seeley produced this metal lunchbox for kids who loved Fritos so much that they wanted to become walking advertisements for the chips.