Can't Touch This

Client:
Cheetos
  • Can't Touch This

    Anyone who’s eaten Cheetos has ended up with the cheesy, messy orange ‘Cheetle’ dust all over their fingers. Until they’ve licked them clean, they can’t do much at all­­ – let alone touch anything. But what if someone discovered this could get them out of the very things they don’t want to do?

    That’s the basis of this year’s Cheetos Super Bowl commercial: in which an unsuspecting guy discovers an unexpected super-power. The spot officially launches Cheetos Popcorn into the world and stars rap-legend – and our Bay Area neighbor – MC Hammer and his iconic catchphrase: ‘U Can’t Touch This.’

    Ever wanted to get out of work the day after Super Bowl Sunday? Cheetos Popcorn is your perfect excuse.

    Released: January 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Cheetos

It Wasn't Me

Client:
Cheetos
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    Sneaking someone’s Cheetos is something we’ve all done before. But what do you say when you get caught orange-handed?? In Cheetos' latest Super Bowl spot, Mila Kunis is posed with this very question. But thanks to the timeless advice of rapper Shaggy, no matter how many times her husband Ashton Kutcher catches her chowing down on his precious Cheetos, Mila has the perfect answer: “It Wasn’t Me.” The remixed version of this ageless song is the ultimate platform to promote the irresistible new Cheetos Crunch Pop Mix and the next chapter in the brand’s ‘It’s a Cheetos Thing’ campaign. In tandem with the spot's release, Cheetos have created a first-of-its-kind Snapchat lens – Snap to Steal – that allows viewers to ""steal"" real bags of Cheetos out of the Super Bowl spot simply by scanning it on the TV.

    Released: February 2021

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Cheetos
  • It Wasn't Me

    It Wasn't Me

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    Sneaking someone’s Cheetos is something we’ve all done before. But what do you say when you get caught orange-handed?? In Cheetos' latest Super Bowl spot, Mila Kunis is posed with this very question. But thanks to the timeless advice of rapper Shaggy, no matter how many times her husband Ashton Kutcher catches her chowing down on his precious Cheetos, Mila has the perfect answer: “It Wasn’t Me.” The remixed version of this ageless song is the ultimate platform to promote the irresistible new Cheetos Crunch Pop Mix and the next chapter in the brand’s ‘It’s a Cheetos Thing’ campaign. In tandem with the spot's release, Cheetos have created a first-of-its-kind Snapchat lens – Snap to Steal – that allows viewers to ""steal"" real bags of Cheetos out of the Super Bowl spot simply by scanning it on the TV.

    Released: February 2021

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Cheetos
  • It Wasn't Me

    It Wasn't Me

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    Sneaking someone’s Cheetos is something we’ve all done before. But what do you say when you get caught orange-handed?? In Cheetos' latest Super Bowl spot, Mila Kunis is posed with this very question. But thanks to the timeless advice of rapper Shaggy, no matter how many times her husband Ashton Kutcher catches her chowing down on his precious Cheetos, Mila has the perfect answer: “It Wasn’t Me.” The remixed version of this ageless song is the ultimate platform to promote the irresistible new Cheetos Crunch Pop Mix and the next chapter in the brand’s ‘It’s a Cheetos Thing’ campaign. In tandem with the spot's release, Cheetos have created a first-of-its-kind Snapchat lens – Snap to Steal – that allows viewers to ""steal"" real bags of Cheetos out of the Super Bowl spot simply by scanning it on the TV.

    Released: February 2021

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Cheetos

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