Happy Boy Margarine
Product packaging has grown universally slick. Even if the design is poor, it’s executed by an adroit team of Photoshop craftsmen. The folds of the Land-O-Lakes Indian girl’s robes are a smooth gradient, the Pepsi logo has a Gaussian-blurred drop-shadow. Happy Boy Margarine is an exception. Let us hope the design is deliberately fixed, that it’s not in the queue for a touch-up.
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Read your comments on Happy Boy Margarine. I am that boy, now 54 years old! I don’t think the picture can be touched up. I remember when they took it back in the early 1950’s. My Dad owned the company at the time…has since been sold.
Jeff “happy boy” lowenfels
I have to say that I’m switching from butter to margarine (getting old). The Happy Boy (Mr. Jeff Lowenfels, it turns out) is precisely why I am switching to Happy Boy margarine. That picture just strikes my fancy…