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Asterix

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August 2010
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The continuation of the McDonald’s “Come as you are” saga became the most talked about advertising campaign of the summer in France. With this campaign McDonald’s continues to pay homage to the diversity of their clients, this time with the help of a cast filled with magic and humour

Come as you are

Advertising Agency: BETC Euro RSCG, France
Agency Management: Christophe Defaye, Eugénie Lefebvre
Global Creative Director: Stéphane Xiberrasjean-Michel
Creative Director: Stéphane Xiberras
Art Director: Jean-Michel Alirol
Assistant art director: Pierre Boutin
Copywriter: Dominique Marchand
Strategic Planning: Clarisse Lacarrau
Photographer: Vincent Dixon
Art Buyer: Stéphanie Giordano

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Jerry Foster's picture
Jerry Foster
Activity Score 18

McDonald's really represent cultural diversity. One of their campaigns featured the line "I'm loving it" and it is translated to every language where McDonald's is present.

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Guest

Beautifully illustrated and pays homage to a classic french comic, but no.

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Guest

Beautifully illustrated and pays homage to a classic french comic, but no.

reasonwhy's picture
reasonwhy
Activity Score 147

Insult.
Asterix used to resist to invaders. Mc Donald's is one of them.

Dzsoi's picture
Dzsoi
Activity Score 8130

Good one! But moral issues has nothing to do with a light smile.

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Guest

no, no, no. already the fact that mcdonals' in france/europe is an outrage....then ruin/prostitute Asterix? insult!!!!!!!!!!

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Guest

Beautiful art direction, but the idea gets lost.

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Guest

In comic world, this ad is like selling french flag as toilet paper.

monsieurange's picture
monsieurange
Activity Score 520

This has nothing to do with the two previous

Roger Keynes's picture
Roger Keynes
Activity Score 5498

That's why I like it.
Six! :)

The Jobless Writer
Will Think for Salary

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Guest

¡Mc Dowell's!

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Guest

then ideally even cacophonix should be in

morse's picture
morse
Activity Score 17364

Dunno if France will be happy about this. They are already paranoid about protecting their culture from global influence.

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makelogobigger
Activity Score 470

as if they have some culture

reasonwhy's picture
reasonwhy
Activity Score 147

va te faire foutre, enculé ... are 5 words of language, and language belong to a culture :)

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Guest

Yes the french have no culture... except the cinema (they invented it) except the theatre ( Moliere... Racine...) except photography (they invent it)... except litterature ( not enough place here to talk about it) except art ( not place enough... but all the french museum are free on Sunday, go there stupid) ... waouh... sorry, i love the french culture
but maybe you don't know what culture is... ad-man...

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AssassinX
Activity Score 1329

Very good illustration.

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Guest

"faute de goût !"

Jerry Foster's picture
Jerry Foster
Activity Score 18

McDonald's really represent cultural diversity. One of their campaigns featured the line "I'm loving it" and it is translated to every language where McDonald's is present.

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