Cheetos Betabrand

Client:
Cheetos
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    CHEETOS is partnering with Betabrand to create Easter clothes perfect for sneakily eating CHEETOS without other family members noticing. The clothes range from an ascot or “snackscot” with a secret pouch for storing CHEETOS to a fancy lady’s muffler designed to muffle the sound of CHEETOS bags being opened.

    Known as Chester’s “Spring Snack Line,” the campaign will unveil a new item each week on the CHEETOS Facebook page, where people can vote to win their favorite clothing items from the collection.

    Released: March 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Cheetos
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    CHEETOS is partnering with Betabrand to create Easter clothes perfect for sneakily eating CHEETOS without other family members noticing. The clothes range from an ascot or “snackscot” with a secret pouch for storing CHEETOS to a fancy lady’s muffler designed to muffle the sound of CHEETOS bags being opened.

    Known as Chester’s “Spring Snack Line,” the campaign will unveil a new item each week on the CHEETOS Facebook page, where people can vote to win their favorite clothing items from the collection.

    Released: March 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Cheetos

Cheetos Museum

Client:
Cheetos
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    No two Cheetos® snacks are alike.  They're made in a way that results in each one being completely unique. And every so often, they look like something familiar. Like a seahorse. Or a cat. Or Abe Lincoln.

    So we turned our cheesy snack into a piece of art.

    We created the Cheetos Museum, featuring real Cheetos found by real people that look like real things. It was the world's first collection of the most interesting Cheetos shapes in existence. Then we challenged Americans to curate the exhibit by submitting the most amazing Cheetos shapes they could find, sparking a nationwide hunt for the uncanny works of art in every bag.

    Released: June 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Cheetos
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    Cheetos Museum

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    No two Cheetos® snacks are alike. They’re made in a way that results

    in each one being completely unique. And every so often, they look

    like something familiar. Like a seahorse. Or a cat. Or Abe Lincoln.

     

    So we turned our cheesy snack into a piece of art.

     

    We created the Cheetos Museum, featuring real Cheetos found by

    real people that look like real things. It was the world’s first collection

    of the most interesting Cheetos shapes in existence. Then we

    challenged Americans to curate the exhibit by submitting the most

    amazing Cheetos shapes they could find, sparking a nationwide hunt

    for the uncanny works of art in every bag.

    Released: May 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Cheetos