I saw this on The Takeout recently – “Nonstandard McDonald’s” preserves unusual designs on…: https://thetakeout.com/nonstandard-mcdonalds-twitter-worlds-weirdest-mcdonald-1846823892. Longer article but here’s enough to whet your appetite.
Back in the ’80s in Coralville, Iowa, a Ronald McDonald statue leered at McDonald’s visitors from atop a giant tree stump. Oceans away, in China, a pair of cloaked, faceless figures welcomed Happy Meal–seeking visitors into several World of Warcraft–themed McDonald’s. Most recently, Swedish ingenues constructed the McHive, a tiny McDonald’s for bees. Separated by time, space, and McFlurry availability, each of these architectural wonders have one thing in common: they’re featured on Nonstandard McDonald’s, a viral Twitter account managed by Max Krieger.https://thetakeout.com/nonstandard-mcdonalds-twitter-worlds-weirdest-mcdonald-1846823892