Tag Archives: Coca-Cola

Stefan Asafti: «The Greatest Brandversations»

18 Nov

Stefan Asafti writes: «Please be aware that the prints presented here by the author are strictly of personal nature and are not meant to be sold for financial gain. Any recognizable logos, slogans, texts or images have therefore been used solely to express a personal view and strictly personal ideas, and not for commercial purposes.
The author of the prints does not pretend to own these logos, slogans, texts or images in any way, as they are the property of the respective brands. Furthermore, these prints do not in any way pretend to represent the views or strategies of the respective brands.
The views and ideas represented by these prints belong to the author and under no circumstances are they to be published without the written permission of the author.

The rest of his brave intentions as an artist you can read on Behance Network

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Vintage Coca-Cola Recipe

17 Mar

This American Life states: «To be clear: We are not claiming that we have found the recipe used today for Coca-Cola. We believe we found a recipe that is either the original recipe made by the inventor of Coke, John Pemberton, or a version of Coca-Cola that he made either before or after the product hit the market in 1886. We believe that because it was found in the notebook of his friend, on a page entitled Coco-Cola recipe improved, and because it was found in Pemberton’s own notebook, in Coca-Cola’s archives.»

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1933: Away With A Tired Thirsty Face

24 Dec

Click to enlarge happily frozen

Oh, so He changed his tired face:
He’s just the one to win the race.
He is the white, he is the red:
He’s been hard and very sweat.
He gives himself a peaceful go:
He holds upright his own flow.
He is the one who likes a pause:
So, He’s been called Santa Claus.

But what has been? And what will be?
Is there a sense for you and me?
Is there a drink? So soft, so fridge?
Is Santa Claus a snow-white witch?
You better do and find it out!
His brain, so white, so easy cloud,
Erases things like sorrow
‘Cause HE’s the man: tomorrow!


Advertisment from 1943 – How and in which manner Coca-Cola conquered the world

1 Dec

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