For many people, Coca Cola isn’t just a simple soft drink brand. It has a lot of emotional and spiritual stuff connected; and in recent years, the Diet Coke bottle becoming the some designers’ canvas. “As the part of its “Tribute to Fashion” charity project, Coca Cola asked some of the best Italian designers to put their stamp on its limited edition bottle. These iconic little bottles are getting a high-fashion makeover, which are stunning and real pieces of art. [source]
As one of the most recognized brands in the world, Coca-Cola has run an incredible number of poster printing advertising campaigns over the years, all with different themes and styles. Working with refreshing and innovative ideas, Coca-Cola successfully makes himself stand out from all the “clutter” of competitors and other ads; and creates a brand image that has raised the expectations for advertisements and marketing. In this post, we rounded up some great print and outdoor advertisement from Coca-Coal, featuring some modern, some retro, vintage and something unusual. Take a look and hope you get some inspiration from these awesome design.
Created by KORB, “Dancing Coca-Cola” was first created as a promo for the Eyeka Co-creation Community Contest in 2010. The unofficial clip features rows of iconic Coca-Cola bottles that morph into unrecognizable shapes pulsate to the sounds of a harp. The glass bottles finds their rhythm and deliver one of the dopest Coca-Cola-inspired videos we’ve seen. Guess this is what happens when legendary image meets sounds of the harp in sterile neutral space. Take a look at the screenshots below and full video at the end. [source]
The competition between Pepsi and Coca cola has been ages… I once wrote a post about the the ads war between them. Today, we will see how they compete each other in the logo design. Logo, as the key element in the Corporate Identity, Coca cola seems to stick to its first logo design since 1885 while Pepsi kept changing it for more than 10 times.