The canned White Castle from ad agency Melamed Riley is an awesome example of what a small group of creatives working together can achieve. This White Castle replica was created by the small ad agency Melamed Riley as part of a contest held by the AAF (American Advertising Federation) in Cleveland. The competition was seeking the best castle made of canned food.
The canned White Castle is a near-replica of the fast food chain common throughout the east coast, but unfamiliar to those on the west side or living outside of the US of A. The replica is highly detailed, with a sign, awnings and even a trashcan. The canned White Castle won first prize in the contest, with all of the canned food used in the contest being donated to Cleveland food banks.
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