The Kool-Aid Man Gets a 'Normal' Makeover, and a Facebook Presence

New campaign launches brand's new 'Liquid' mix

Published On
Apr 15, 2013

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We've rarely been able to see into the private life of Kool-Aid spokesperson the Kool-Aid Man, but Saatchi & Saatchi N.Y. lifts the veil on his inner self in a new campaign that shows how the sweet jug is "completely normal" and gives a damn about what other people think of him.

The new campaign, which features spots directed by Anonymous Content's Brian Billow, marks a significant makeover for the spokespitcher, who first appeared in an ad in 1954. The new, more colorful Kool-Aid Man is created via CGI, has a more sophisticated voice and developed personality -- including, of course, a Facebook page.

The brand is also launching Kool-Aid liquid, a drink mix that can be added to water to create a Kool-Aid flavor. And in June, it will debut a new "Photobomb" mobile app that will let you add the pitcher to your own photos.


Apr 16, 2013
Brand :
Client :
Agency :
Saatchi & Saatchi-New York
Chief Creative Officer :
Con Williamson
Art Director :
Alex Lea
Art Direction :
Craig Duffney
Copywriter :
Justin Ebert
Copywriter :
Allon Tatarka
Executive Producer :
Sheldon J. Levy
Music Producer :
Ryan Fitch
Production Company :
Anonymous Content
Executive Producer :
Eric Stern
Producer :
Bettina Schneider
Director :
Brian Billow
Director, Photography :
Eigil Byrld
Editorial :
Cut + Run
Post Production :
Telecine :
Nice Shoes
Audio Production :
SOUND Lounge

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