• Coca-Cola Rebranding Concept by UBC:Global

    Agency: UBC:Global
    Project Type: Concept Study
    Location: Moscow, Russia

    Throughout history of Coca-Cola there have been quite some changes in the bottle design. But since 1916 they all were just little variations of the iconic “contour bottle”. The “contour bottle” and the calligraphic lettering “Coca-Cola” coloured red make the brand worldwide recognizable.

    How can we combine the two shapes to create a new unique Coca-Cola logo?

    The first step is trying out all kinds of diff erent combinations

    The third row contains forms that look not aggressive and have the prominent curve of the second “C” in the Coca-Cola lettering. Form 4 is dynamic, fresh and instantly recognizable. The curve goes behind the main shape so it floats naturally to the shape of a bottle or a can.

    The logo, printed plain on a can contains all the main elements to make the user recognize the band.

    1 comments → Coca-Cola Rebranding Concept by UBC:Global

    1. Jeez... this is pretty awful.

      Absolute destruction of all that is Coca-Cola. Give design up immediately and concentrate on something less taxing...

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