Sneak peek: McDonald’s changes their French fry boxes for 2014 FIFA World Cup!
If you are feeling a bit left out of this year’s World Cup, take a gander at the bright and shiny new McDonald’s French fry boxes in celebration of Brazil 2014.
For the first time in their history, McDonald’s iconic red French fry containers are changing form to accompany the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
‘This is about bringing fun, innovative programming to our customers and celebrating our shared love of futbol. We’re excited to be able to do that through an engaging, interactive mobile experience, and of course with our World-Famous Fries,’ said Steve Easterbrook, Senior Executive Vice President and Global Chief Brand Officer of McDonald’s.
Each unmarked box represents one of the following countries, can you guess which country each box represents?
South Africa: Adele Bantjes, Artwork Title – ‘Heart of the Game’
Australia: David Spencer, Artwork Title – ‘The Perfect Kick’
Brazil: Eduardo Kobra, Artwork Title – ‘O mundo unido pelo futebol’ (translation: ‘The world united by football’)
Canada: Mügluc, Artwork Title – ‘Unite Together’
China: Hua Tunan, Artwork Title – ‘World of Victory’
England: Ben Mosley, Artwork Title – ‘Fans of the World’
France: Skwak, Artwork Title – ‘The Maniac Football Party’
Germany: Roman Klonek, Artwork Title – ‘Freaky Fan Club’
Japan: Doppel, Artwork Title – ‘Kick the One’
Russia: Egor Koshelev, Artwork Title – ‘The Perfect Goal’
Spain: Martin Satí, Artwork Title – ‘Flamenco Number One’
USA: Tes One, Artwork Title – ‘Formations’