Dec 04, 2017 | By Sara Radin
Last Sunday May 8th , marked the 125th anniversary of the Coca-Cola brand. Coca-Cola is celebrating this significant milestone with a range of marketing campaigns, special commemorative packs and some interesting collaboration pieces.
One of the highlights for the Stylesight Graphics team included the collaboration with British artist and illustrator James Jarvis. These six limited edition can designs stayed true to the iconic red and white colors with a hint of humor of Jarvis’s signature illustrations.
Commemorative cans and bottles are also getting some packaging and design blog interest with designs focusing on Coco-Cola’s long history of rich visual language, which has helped to create its recognizable image with customers.
The iconic glass bottle design has also been a key focus. This commemorative heritage set features the evolution of the design classic. From the Hutchinson bottle (1899) to the Straightwall bottle (1900), the Samuelson contour bottle (1915) to the Historic contour bottle (1916). Completing the set is a special wooden crate that profoundly packages the bottles with signature Coca-Cola branding.
To view more of Coca Cola’s anniversary collaborations visit Colette.
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