Burger King: Starring the Whopperettes

Yes, CP+B's Whopperettes regularly go condimental on TV and online, but they have a print life, too, seen as in-store materials, created in collaboration with Hollywood's Shoolery Design, an entertainment advertising and design specialist,

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Yes, CP+B's Whopperettes regularly go condimental on TV and online, but they have a print life, too, seen as in-store materials, created in collaboration with Hollywood's Shoolery Design, an entertainment advertising and design specialist, www.shoolerydesign.com. All three Whopperettes featured so far are doing trayliner duty; Onion and Pickles are also table tents; and Tomato has the honor of being a poster. As for the rather chaste Gold Diggers of 1935 vibe, the Whopperettes are "a salute to the extravagantly choreographed dance productions of yesteryear," explains Crispin AD John Parker, "when beautiful ladies in magnificent costumes made fabulous sets come to life
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Date
Mar 14, 2006
Design:
Shoolery Design
Client:
Burger King
Chief Creative Officer:
Alex Bogusky
Executive Creative Director:
Andrew Keller
Creative Director:
Rob Reilly
Art Director:
John Parker
Copywriter:
Evan Fry
Copywriter:
Bob Cianfrone
Print Producer:
Yajaira Fierro
Art Buyer:
Meghan DeBruler
Creative Director:
Jason Lindeman
Art Director/Illustrator:
Sergio Grisanti
Agency:
Crispin Porter + Bogusky
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