Fake Flooding at McDonalds to Promote Climate Change Awareness

 - Feb 4, 2009
References: telegraph
Flooding McDonald’s is a 15 second film from Danish creative agency, Superflex to show the dramatic negative effects of climate change.

They built a life size replica of a restaurant, then filled it with water and filmed the results.

"The artists hope Flooded McDonald's will hint at the impotence of large multinationals in the face of climate change and question with whom ultimate responsibility lies," the Telegraph says.

This brilliant campaign hits you hard in the face with an extreme example of what life would be life if climate change isn't addressed.