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Check out new work on my @Behance portfolio: "Coca-Cola Zero" http://be.net/gallery/43446113/Coca-Cola-Zero

Check out new work on my @Behance portfolio: "Coca-Cola Zero" http://be.net/gallery/43446113/Coca-Cola-Zero

Coca-Cola’s “Taste the Feeling” print and out-of-home campaign, 2016. Photographed by Guy Aroch and Nacho Ricci.

New Coca Cola ad with signature happiness embedded in photos, better quality picture.

Marketing THROUGH Sports. Product: Coca cola. Audience: Everyone. Place: Olympics. Price: Cost of soda.

Creative Coca Cola Olympic Ads

Creative COCA COLA Olympic Ads: I liked the simplistic nature of the image and how its achieved through just the use of colour.

Coca-Cola Unveils New ‘Negative Space’ Ads, Will Trick Your Eyes #silkordigital #silkorcreative #onaroll

Coca-Cola Unveils New ‘Negative Space’ Ads, Will Trick Your Eyes >>> Love the new coke ads! The use of negative space is really clever.

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Coca-Cola ad: Simple, creative, and effective across cultures. Sublime use of positive and negative space

1939 vintage cokenThose were the days..FOLLOW THIS BOARD FOR GREAT COKE OR ANY OF OUR OTHER COCA COLA BOARDS. WE HAVE A FEW SEPERATED BY THINGS LIKE CANS, BOTTLES, ADS. AND MORE...CHECK 'EM OUT!! Anthony Contorno Sr

Coca-Cola is my favorite drink and therefore my favorite brand. I like this one particularly because it looks vintage and represents the fact that Coca Cola has always stated true to their brand.

The way the bottles all line up to create a perfectly symmetrical smile shows great use of alignment and the white against the red creates a nice color contrast between the design and the background.

Simplicity, Symmetry and More: Gestalt Theory And The Design Principles It Gave Birth To

PROXIMITY: This Coke advertisement uses contrast (white and red color) and repetition (repeat bottles of coke) to strengthen the product. Also its shape looks like a big smile, which is related to happiness.

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