“Brand by Hand” by Sara Marshall, a creative mind living in New-Zealand, is a project of typography that explores the different possibilities of logos for different brands such as FedEx, Burger King, Subway, Flickr, YouTube, Skype, Evian and Coca-Cola. The logos have been made by hand and conserved their initial colors.
For the NCAA Men’s Final Four competition, Coca Cola and Ogilvy & Mather have imagined a “drinkable billboard” : it’s an ad billboard installed at the White River State Park in Indianapolis that gives Coca Cola Zero for free to passer-by, through a massive straw. Like a public fountain, this installation features 6 straws, 16 captors and 75 valves to bring the soda to people.
For the 100 years of the glass bottle of Coca-Cola, Mash Creative (among 130 worldwide artists) has designed an identity for an exhibition and an upcoming book basing of three colors : red, black and white. His posters will be featured for the bottle’s campaign : one plays on perspectives and 3D with stripes and the other is more explicite with a baseline and the number “100″.
Fruit d’une collaboration inédite entre la marque de soda la plus connue au monde et le leader mondial du verre à vin en cristal, le verre COCA-COLA + RIEDEL garantit une expérience de dégustation exceptionelle. Inspiré de la bouteille “contour” originale, cette création est un mélange unique d’art et de science.
The caloric value, important measure of our daily diet, varies depending on the food consumed. Since it is sometimes difficult to see the difference, the site Wisegeek made a survey of many edible products, each in proportion to height of 200 calories. The result is sometimes surprising.
Coca-Cola will offer from today to 2015 almost 2 000 Ekocenter Containersn wanting to sell and say want to help people deprived of drinking water. Offering water purification system, access to electricity or internet connections, but also the products of their brand, the group wants to ultimately deliver 500 million liters of water each year. To discover in the future.
‘Rising Moon’ is the name of the installation by Daydreamers Design in the ‘Wonderland 2013 Lantern Festival” at Victoria Park in Hong Kong. This item, in the form of an hemisphere, is composed of plastic bottles illuminated by LEDs. Great rendering to discover in images in the article.