Appealing to nostalgia, McDonalds could get a little richer. For example, what if it will release an exclusive collection based on some of the most famous films and series of the the 80’s?
This is precisely what they have imagined in The Toy Zone with Happy Meal concepts that we would oblige many to go through the famous chain.
McDonald’s launched the Happy Meal in the United States in 1979, basically in the 80s, and like many icons of the decade, the combination of concepts that they achieved between food and elegant packaging made the Happy Meal a design classic of the time.
Aothers, and still continue to do so, it always appeals to the links of pop culture, in fact, the first Happy Meal was from Star Trek.
Be that as it may, a great opportunity to add collections of productions was lost along the way. eighties really mythical in the imaginary of popular culture, and this is precisely what it has done The Toy Zone, imagine how these would be Happy Meals for an adult audience.
Each Happy Meal concept on the site is inspired by a piece of pop culture from the 1980s.
Some may even fit well into the existing McDonald’s catalog.s, like the box inspired by The Labyrinth, which comes with a plastic David Bowie as the Goblin King Jareth, or with the teddy of My neighbor totoro, with a miniature Totoro that would be out of stock in a few days.
Then there are other more adult concepts, such as the Happy Meal inspired by The Shining which includes an action figure of Jack Torrance complete with an ax, that of Top Gun, Blade Runner, The Breakfast Club, Team A or the mythical Knight Rider.
Hopefully McDonalds will put out a limited edition, though me theme that We will probably never see it. La brand has begun to phase out plastic materials in Happy Meals.