Coca-Cola Eye-catching Brand Designs

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A collection of Coca-Cola brand designs from all over the world!

A global company with 450 brands, more than 300 different models of vending machines, innumerable bottling and retail partners, and no consistent global design standards, Coca-Cola has been one of the most successful businesses for about a hundred years, since Earl R.Dean's created his famous contour bottle in 1915.

The Coca-Cola brand is often referred to as charismatic, rich, and inspiring. The company has created many bold, eye-catching brand designs.

Take a look at some of the great Coca-Cola bottle designs from the countries around the world!

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The Chattanooga, TN plant was the first Coca-Cola Bottling plant in 1899. They celebrated their 75th in 1974 and issued this highly sought after commemorative bottle.

 

In 1940 Coke was bottled in over 40 countries. Nowadays it’s available pretty much anywhere in the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Coke Santa was introduced as a Christmas promotion 1931.

There was a claim that the modern image of Santa Claus - a jolly figure in white and red suit - was created by Coca-Cola. This is certainly false. The image of Santa Clause had already been standardized before The Coca-Cola Company featured him on their ads. They did help to establish Santa Claus as a prominent Christmas figure and popularize him across the United States and the world, but they didn't invent him.

 


For more than 65 years, Coca-Cola has been a sponsor of the Olympics.

 

 

 

 

 

This set was produced in April especially as a Passover Holiday Gift to the coca cola employees and VIP customers, the company made this bottle to express her support to the community and children's with disabilities in Israel, the slogan that goes with the campaign is "Doing from all the Heart."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joint venture between Coca-Cola and Roberto Cavalli - limited run of 300,000 bottles exclusively for the Italian market.

 

 

'Design the World of Coke' is the Coca-Cola's global campaign to support the spirit of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. The idea is that from August to September people around the world could connect and collaborate by going to the website www.coca-cola.com/olympics  and creating and mixing their artwork for the iconic digital contour bottle. The consumers could also build their own bottle artwork galleries, vote for other favorite designs, and even post the digital creations on their personal Web pages.

 

 

 

Sources used:


Foreign Coca-Cola Bottle List 

Frederic Garriga Coca-Cola Collection

Design the World of Coke

2 Collect Cola        

 

Helen Walker

 

 

 

 

 

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