Hate the World Cup? Orangina Will (Covertly) Switch Games off for You

Orangina Miss O and Fred & Farid Paris Launch the 'Anti-Foot' Can

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World Cup mania is upon us and people are tuning in all over the globe. That being said, soccer really isn't everyone's cup of tea and those who hate it are bombarded by the promotions, product partnerships and live broadcasts on what may seem like every corner. The fact is, however, that these people are in the minority this summer.

Enter Fred & Farid Paris with the 'Anti-Foot' can -- a concealed remote, disguised as a can Orangina Miss O, the carbonated orange drink's low-calorie alternative. The clicker can turn off any match playing in the vicinity, allowing the disinterested to secretly protest.

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Credits
Date
Jun 18, 2014
Agency:
Fred & Farid Paris
Client:
Orangina
Creative Directors:
Fred & Farid
Copywriter:
Ugo Martinez
Copywriter:
Guillaume Roukhomovsky
Art Director:
Guillaume Roukhomovsky
Art Director:
Radouane Gouissi
Brand Supervisor:
Stanislas de Parcevaux
Brand Supervisor:
Florence Burtin
Brand Supervisor:
Aline Bonnet
Brand Supervisor:
Romain Burgevin
Brand Supervisor:
Fanny Comau
Social Media Manager:
Matthieu Bouilhot
Agency Producer:
Deji Odulate
Production:
Wanda Productions
Director:
Patrick Cassir
Producer:
Helene Segol
Producer:
Marie Le Roux
Account Director:
Florent Depoisier
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