After his series devoted to the colors of Star Wars characters, Nick Barclay imagined a new series that disturbs the logos of famous brands in a graphic, simplified and abstract style working thanks to the identification of colors. We can find Coca-Cola, Burger King, Google, Nike or also Apple and McDonald’s.
Coca-Cola just released a new line of cans specially thought for blind people : “Coca-Cola Braille”. This beautiful initiative takes their baseline “Share A Coke” and is now extended thanks to a braille writing printing that allows blind people to read and touch their names.
The Coca-Cola Contour Bottle is celebrating its 100th birthday. As part of the celebration, Coca-Cola UK is turning the Coke bottle shape into music. To be exact, into a song called „Bottlebeats – The Birthday Bottle Song.“ In an inspired piece of sonic branding, Ogilvy & Mather Frankfurt translates the iconic Coke bottle into a completely [...]
Eric Ceccarini is a Belgian photographer who used to collaborate with big brands such as L’Oréal, Levi’s or Coca-Cola. For this artistic project he called Emnios, the photographer has staged naked women that seem to pose behind a white veil or inside a puff of smoke, highlighting in this way the silhouettes shadows with poetry.
“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.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the iconic Coca-Cola “Contour” Bottle, the brand has partnered with photographer David LaChapelle to release a powerful creative concept entitled “Together”, the only commercial product you can recreate with human hands. To discover in video.
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″.
Here is an “Extraordinary Collection” : an operation launched by Coca Cola Israeli agency Gefen Team in order to produce two million bottles with unique graphic packaging. A colorful and attractive campaign to discover in video.
To promote his mini can Coca-Cola appealed to the agency Ogilvy & Mather Berlin in order to develop a memorable operation. It’s in the streets of five big German cities that passerby discovered miniature kiosks and cans distributors. To discover in images and video.
L’artiste Hugg partage avec nous sa vision du monde à travers des détournements criant de vérité. La série, intitulée “I write things on things” retranscrit le processus de création artistique employé, il associe des mots et des images afin de suggérer un nouveau sens à ceux-ci.
To promote PlantBottles of Coca-Cola made from plants, Ogilvy New York has created a series of minimalist posters looking great, playing on negative spaces to provide optical illusions very successful. Creations of great freshness.
Artist Emmanuelle Moureaux has created this superb installation of colorful bubbles suspended in the air, in collaboration with Coca-Cola. Bubbles come out of a Coca-Cola glass and are made of transparent acrylic. To discover through Daisuke Shima’s and Nacasa & Partners’ pictures.
“The Building” is the new animation movie of Coca-Cola, made by Wieden+Kennedy agency. We follow a red ballon which flies over different floors and shows us stolen moments of family happiness, around a bottle of Coca-Cola, through windows.
Architects from Morey Smith have built and imagined the new Coca Cola’s office based in London, in the colors of the brand. With a mix of bricks, wood, white and bottles of all shapes, the office has bay windows and a terrace offering a great view on the city.