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Resultat d'imatges de anuncios publicitarios de picnics qantiguos pepsi

Resultat d'imatges de anuncios publicitarios de picnics qantiguos pepsi

Free Flavour » Pepsi ad, 1969

1969 Pepsi advertisement, illustrated by John Alcorn. Even companies like, Pepsi took to the art movement to sell their products. This ad is pure art as it shows a sense of individuality.

When David Carson worked with Pepsi Cola in one of Pepsi advertisiment, he showed a long paragraph of text in the shape of a pepsi can or bottle, making a entire paragraph saying all kind of things that relate to every part of the demographic in some way.  Using a black color font, capitals, and the same size of the typography  you can read all the expectation people had and with red color, lower case and big fonts you can red the final message from Pepsi.

Design Firm Report – David Carson Design

I like the designed David Carson has created for his work. He has done his work in a creative way by putting his words to fit create shape of a pepsi can.

Robert Mars- Robert Mars’ artwork shows a fascination with the Golden Age of American popular culture and celebrates the icons of the 1950’s and 60’s advertisement

Robert Mars- Robert Mars’ artwork shows a fascination with the Golden Age of American popular culture and celebrates the icons of the and advertisement

Black Cherry Bourbon Cola Smash - a refreshing cocktail is perfect for hot summer evenings, simple, a little sweet, and popular with everyone.

Cocktail Friday: Black Cherry Bourbon Cola Smash

Black Cherry Bourbon Cola Smash - a refreshing cocktail is perfect for hot summer evenings, simple, a little sweet, and popular with

vintage Pepsi Cola

A Nickel Drink, Worth A Dime! Pepsi Cola Tin Sign

Coca-Cola has managed to keep a very similar logo throughout its life time.  It clearly has a pretty great logo to have stood the test of time.  Although the slogan often changes to stay relevant the logo itself doesn't! It's Simple, distictive, versitle, appropriate, and timeless.  Well done Coca Cola

Logo evolution of Coke and Pepsi designer Frank Mason Robinson by kirsten

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