Vernon Grant was an illustrator best known for his creation of the SNAP! CRACKLE! AND POP! characters for Kellogg's and his whimsical magazine covers for "Collier's", "Ladies Home Journal", and many others.
He co-founded Rock Hill, South Carolina's annual spring festival, Come-See-Me, and created it's mascot, Glen the Frog.
ChristmasVille, a holiday festival in Rock Hill, celebrates the magical art of Vernon Grant with festive holiday decorations, santas, and gnomes. http://www.ChristmasVilleRockHill.com
The Vernon Grant collection is displayed at the Museum of York County (Rock Hill, South Carolina) in a gallery named in his honor.
The Main Street Children's Museum, inspired by the artwork of Vernon Grant, features interactive play exhibits for children 6 and younger. The museum opened on December 3, 2010.
The Museum of York County has a gift shop with Vernon Grant collectables for sale.
Photo by Don Cauthen. Copyright 2009. Used by permission.
Special thanks to Mary Lynn Norton for all of her contributions to this website.