Artist Tom Galle recently made a few corporate logos into bona fide weapons.
The problem with fast food mascots, besides ruling over bogus sovereignties and being a creepy clown, is that they aren’t very action-packed.
Illustrator, Ozumii Wizard, wants to change all of that, by reimagining fast food mascots as anime characters. By adapting the anime drawing style, the once non-threatening Burger King, Ronald McDonald and Wendy’s — look ready for battle. Hopefully that battle is against childhood obesity and coulrophobia.
McDonald’s is getting in on the swag market. The McDelivery Collection will not only make you look like the Mac Daddy, but it’s here to help promote Mickey D’s new delivery line.
So, besides a McDonald’s sweatshirt, onesie, and pillow case — you can have a Big Mac or McGriddle delivered to your door.
The only way, so far, to get your hands on the new McDonald’s merch, is through this delivery service via UberEATS, starting on July 26th. Check if your local McDonald’s is participating here.
Nobody can be sure why McDonald’s patrons in Japan are impaling their burgers onto their drinks with a straw. But they are, and it’s a new meme referred to as ‘drink x hamburger.’
Perhaps it’s to keep the burger in place while mobile. One-handed eating/drinking? Or maybe, just maybe, Japan likes when there are bits of burger floating around in their beverage. Either way, check it out and judge for yourself.
McDonald’s hamburgers, once thought to be indestructible, have never seen the business end of a hydraulic press.
Hydraulic Press Channel is here to change all of that. They begin, innocently enough, with a Big Mac that is systematically turned to burger-mush. Then, many burgers are inserted into an extruder, and the result is what you might expect… projectile burger mush. Enjoy.