Skittles taste the rainbow (1980)

Snacks/Food Commercial

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    miko185 Posted 3 years 11 months ago
    The Fonts were because it looked nice and elegant and professional and proper for a television commercial. Up until that point, that was the purpose of commercials. Generation X changed that. The late 90s were all about blasting that premise and making things exciting, which led to more creativity.
    showgirl84 Posted 8 years 24 days ago
    I so want skittles right now.... But I can't get any, at least not right now. I can't wait to move back to the states!!!
    cinco312 Posted 9 years 7 months ago
    I really doubt they were all passing around and popping Skittles back
    mr3urious Posted 13 years 1 month ago
    I've noticed how many fonts in ads from the 80's and early 90's are in Times New Roman or other serif fonts, too. Also, I like how the old Skittles packaging looked.
    SummertmeBrews Posted 13 years 1 month ago
    The Ending 'Font' of the 80's look all the same for some reason. Where it says; "taste the Rainbow" perhaps New Times Roman, I dont know. But there's a pattern to this in some other 80's clips too. Anyway just an observation
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