Reading Time: 2 minutes Coca-Cola has changed once again, this time to join the global movement for equality. By removing its own label off its products, Coca-Cola promotes a world without labels and prejudices. Dubai-based agency FP7/DXB, created special cans for the month of Ramadan that feature only the iconic Coca-Cola ribbon graphic and the message, “Labels are for […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes I remember as a kid, when in Art class for the very first time, that our teacher asked us to draw and shade something with our pencils. It was a pot plant, or tofu or a chair or something arbitrary. Shortly after we began she smacked a large ruler against the board and told us […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes Known as possibly the most recognized, popular and famous brand in the world, Coca-Cola has developed an incredibly wide array of products and drinks. Ice Teas , Coffees , Energy drinks and even Distilled Water. Even with their standard offering of Coke, Sprite and Fanta, their product range, sizes and materials is vast and varied. […]
Reading Time: 1 minute I stumbled across this beaded Coca Cola bottle and had to share it. The bottle, which features beautiful Ndebele patterns and shapes, was created by Maria Msiza, her mother Anna, her sisters Johanna and Sarah, and friends Anna Ntuli and Francinah Mtshwene for a folk exhibition at the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, held in Atlanta, […]
Reading Time: 1 minute A “passionate multidisciplinary designer and art director, working across a diverse range of projects”. We think she is rather talented. Take a look at her splendid work.
Reading Time: 1 minute I found this great article on Creative Review about the making of the first neon Coca-Cola sign, for Piccadilly Circus in 1954. Be sure to check out the full article on their site, but here are some great images to wet your appetite.
Reading Time: 1 minute A quick look into how 50 of the worlds biggest companies got their names. Adobe: LEGO: ATARI: Coca-Cola: IBM: Source: buzz feed
Reading Time: 1 minute Coca-Cola has teamed up with the WWF to promote environmental awareness by creating a 60 by 60 foot billboard made from hundreds of Fukien tea plants housed in recycled coke bottles. Each plant can soak up around 13 pounds of carbon dioxide per year, for a combined total of 46,800 pounds. via: engadget
Reading Time: 1 minute Coca Cola added a very awesome spin to their vending machines. Take a look:
Reading Time: 1 minute . The original aluminum 1006 Navy Chair was designed by Emeco in 1944. The new 111 Navy Chair uses 111 Coca-Cola bottles to create a plastic, environmentally-friendly version of the original. The design is expected to keep 3 million Coca-Cola plastic bottles out of landfills each year. . via: sub-studio design blog