for this year Halloween-Campaign from Burger King was the team of Turner Duckworth requested, das Design für das Packaging zu entwerfen. So they created together with the illustrator Geoffrey Appleton these „Costumes“ für Fast Food. The highlight is probably the black Halloween Whopper, who got a package in the look of a mummy. Aber auch die Chicken Fries erhielten drei neue Gewänder und kommen als Electrifries, Franken Fries or Mortifries on the table. Finally, was the crown of cardboard and Coffee-Becher für Halloween modifiziert. Dieses Halloween-Special findet noch übers Wochenende in einigen Filialen in Deutschland statt, the list of participating restaurants can be found hereR.
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