Funko presents a collection of Pop! vinyl toys inspired by classic McDonald’s characters from the 1970s and 1980s. The series includes Ronald McDonald, Officer Big Mac, Grimace, Mayor McCheese, Hamburglar, the Fry Guys, Birdie, and a few anthropomorphic McNuggets.
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(PG-13: Language) For decades, Ronald McDonald was one of the world’s most recognized brand mascots. But something happened when 2016 hit, and the once-ubiquitous character all but vanished from the scene. Ordinary Things recalls the history of the burger clown, from his creepy early beginnings to his eventual downfall.
Pastry artist Natalie Sideserf thought it might be fun to make a cake that looks just like a McDonald’s Egg McMuffin. Her replica is so spot-on that the only way you could tell the difference is once you cut into it and see the shockingly green buttercream frosting layered inside.
The idea of a pork patty “restructured” into the shape of ribs is just wrong to us, but that didn’t stop McDonald’s from doing it, nor did it stop millions from craving this boneless fast food oddity. Weird History dives into the origins of the McRib sandwich in this lighthearted lesson.
Motion designer Matthieu Braccini created a series of 15 wonderfully polished and appetite-stimulating animations to promote the Egg McMuffin for McDonald’s. We still think perfectly round eggs are unnatural, but they seem right at home in this geometrically-pristine universe.
McDonald’s Big Mac is one of those foods that’s best enjoyed when you’re drunk and starving. Master sushi chef Hiroyuki Terada from Miami’s NoVe Kitchen & Bar shows how to elevate this fast food staple into a tasty sushi roll, with the addition of a few fresh ingredients.
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