Featuring an adorable kitten rave, an inside look into the ever-elusive dishwasher, and the most amazing wimpy goat.
These are Sprite up my alley!
Old soda cans are a thing. And even better if they’re unopened. Mmmm, 20-year-old Coke.
The ingredient is found in drinks such as Powerade and Fanta.
You’ll never believe who won the 1958 Hong Kong Cha Cha Championship.
Major American consumer brands are recognizing that showing gay and lesbian people in advertising reflects today’s society — and according to exclusive research, most Americans agree.
The results were explosive.
This multilingual cover of “America the Beautiful” is now one of the Super Bowl’s most controversial commercials.
The ups and downs, the agony and the ecstasy.
The cult favorite may change and a new Mexican sugar tax is to blame.
The proof is in the pictures.
How graphic design tastes have changed over the past 55 years. (via boldpost.leibold.com)
The Gen X’er version of New Coke.
Brilliant. Brilliant. Brilliant. Brilliant. And, brilliant.
It’s got it all: action, war, death, romance. As good as any Super Bowl spot they’ve ever run.
Coca Cola has created this entertaining commercial using security camera footage and a catchy Supertramp song. This one is for the heroes of everyday life.
Coca-Cola has put out a new machine that gives out a free can of Coke with every hug.
Plus Coke and Ruffles cupcakes. Chef John Rivers of the 4Rivers Sweetshop is a certifiable genius.
As Coca-Cola marks its 125th year in business, celebratory can designs seem to be popping up all over the place. In addition to the new Diet Coke look rolling out in September, design firms around the world have been creating packaging for the flags…
Some clever marketing from Coca Cola. Inverted pyramid displays of Coke Zero at supermarkets to show that the impossible can happen. Apparently there was a 13 percent sales increase at some stores due to this display. Well played, Coke. [Jack’s note: Unfortunately, Coke Zero still tastes like vomit.] View List ›
The most refreshing crib sheet ever. Possibly more work than actually learning the material for the test, but it’s the idea that counts. View Image ›
The evolution of the Coke bottle design in one image. I really like the label on the second version. View Image ›
This makes me thirsty for a Pepsi. View Image ›
A new zero-calorie sweetener than will soon be coming to Coke products near you. It’s an “all natural” alternative to sugar made from a sweet herb, which I assume tastes as awful as it sounds Read More ›
Headline says it all. One caveat: The accomplishment must be “considered great by people who could pass a field sobriety test,” unjustly leaving music out of the question (Beatles?). Regardless, some pretty amazing things have been accomplished under the influence…Moses and ‘shrooms? Check it out. Read More ›
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A glimpse into the secret world inside the Coke machine. Recent installation in Coca Cola’s most celebrated global spot. Brace yourself for an adventure of the most epic proportions. Watch Video ›