The Clemson Tigers were probably expecting something more than McDonald’s hamburgers when they visited the White House, but welcome to Trumpland.
Like other examples of corporate feminism, the upside-down Golden Arches are a filling but nutrient-poor serving of feminist art.
The work appeared in a Dutch ad titled “McDonald’s Presents the Vibe of Bushwick NY.”
While digging to build a McDonald’s in Marino, Italy, workers discovered an ancient road. The fast-food chain paid to restore it — and integrated it into a restaurant.
Seven years after the artist’s death, a knockoff of his tag has popped up in various graffiti-themed McDonald’s restaurants.
Activists/artivists/culture jammers The Yes Men released an ingenious new parody this morning called “Three Strikes, You’re In!”