Coca-Cola vs Pepsi - Logos evolution

Coca-Cola vs Pepsi - Logos evolution

http://www.ilovemotiondesign.com/ /idea: I saw a picture where logos of Pepsi changes and logo of Coca-Cola is the same since 1885. I knew it's not a true and it brings me an idea to make an animation with logos evolution. During production I found that would be cool when someone will change these logos. At first I thought about the creators of these two drinks but they weren't characteristically. With Coke was easier - Santa but Pepsi? Roberto Carlos? Britney Spears? There was a problem.. but I remembered a great commercial with Shaolin Monks. And that's why next to logos of Pepsi is a monk with a scar on his forehead. Many logos wasn't in good shape or thier resolution was ultra small and I had to draw it by hand. Of course there aren't here all logos because in the beggining of 1900s there was dozens of logos' variations with small changes for labels, print ads and packaging. But the most important logos are here. /directed & animated by: Bartlomiej Otlowski /music: Ok Go - Here It Goes Again /programs used: Photoshop & After Effects

Evolution of the Coca Cola logo(কোকা কোলা LOGO বিবর্তন)

Evolution of the Coca Cola logo(কোকা কোলা LOGO বিবর্তন)

Evolution of the Coca Cola logo

Coca-Cola logo evolution

Coca-Cola logo evolution

Design , History and Evolution of Coca-Cola logo. SUBSCRIBE

Coca Cola Logo History

Coca Cola Logo History

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Evolución de Coca Cola (1886 - 2018) | ATXD ⏳

Evolución de Coca Cola (1886 - 2018) | ATXD ⏳

La bebida preferida de millones de personas en todo el mundo lleva más de 130 años de historia, no te pierdas los cambios de logo y la evolución de las botellas, así descubrirás la gran trayectoria de Coca-Cola.

Famous Food Brands Logos Evolution - Then And Now

Famous Food Brands Logos Evolution - Then And Now

#FamousFoodBrands #LogosEvolution - Then And Now mcdonalds coca cola pepsi Kfc wendys burger king dominos skittles doritos 7up Lite budweiser Crush Lays Oreo fanta morton salt starbucks baskin robbins dunkin donuts nestle Taco bell Music - https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=jrnUNG9vgZM&feature=youtu.be

The Evolution of the Coca-Cola logo | 1886-2018

The Evolution of the Coca-Cola logo | 1886-2018

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Coca-Cola Logo Evolution (1886-Today)

Coca-Cola Logo Evolution (1886-Today)

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Coca-Cola Logo History!

Coca-Cola Logo History!

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Evolution Of COCA-COLA Logo | Now & Then

Evolution Of COCA-COLA Logo | Now & Then

The Coca-Cola logo is iconic for being universally recognisable. However you may be surprised to know that the brand’s world-famous script and wave haven’t always looked exactly as they do now. 1887-1890s – Inserting the trademark On January 31, 1893, the logo was trademarked with the U.S. Patent Office. The words "Trade mark" are written in the tail of the "C" in Coca. 1890-1891 – Extra swirls For one year only, the Coke logo gets a dramatic, swirly makeover. 1941-1960s – Tail tweak The words ‘Trademark Registered’ move out of the tail of the ‘C’. The trademark is noted below the logo, instead of inside it. 19 November 1947, the modern Spencerian script, as we know it today, is registered in Australia. 1947-1960s – The Coca-Cola Red Disc Since 1947, the Red Disc or “button” sign has been used to advertise Coca-Cola. The strong graphic image of the disc shape, became a cornerstone for outdoor signage. In 1948, the discs began to be hung inside a place of business as advertising and decoration. Red Disc images also appeared in print advertising into the 1960’s when the Arciform or “fish tail” signs began to be used. 1958-1960s – A fishy shape This period sees the script placed inside an Arciform shape, which looks like an arch. The Arciform sign (better known as the “Fishtail” sign) was unveiled in 1958. Within a year, the Arciform design was used in copy, signage, cartoons and on vending machines. Unfortunately, by 1965 this design was phased out and replaced by the familiar Red Disc of earlier years. It was decided that the red circle was the strongest visual association with the trademark. 1969 – That white wave The Arden Square logo is unveiled. In a red box, the Coca-Cola script is underlined with a white ‘wave’, or ‘Dynamic Ribbon Device’. This is still used today. 1982 – Diet Coke® The 1980’s featured memorable slogans such as “Coke is It!” and in 1982, the introduction of Diet Coke - the first extension of the Coca-Cola trademark. The famous script logo was changed to a slab serif font. And the original Diet Coke logo design included bold red letters against a white background. 2003 – Keeping it real With the introduction of the "Coca-Cola... Real" campaign, the Dynamic Ribbon Device was enhanced with a shock of yellow and some bubbles. 2007 – A classic design A simple, bold approach with a single white ribbon. 2011 – 125 years of happiness Coca-Cola's 125th birthday logo sees bubbles bursting from the contour bottle – a celebration of the past, present and future. 2013―2014 – Your name, that classic font The Share a Coke campaign, swapped out the Coca-Cola logo with your first name. Originally, the idea was conceived with names printed in the traditional “Coca-Cola” Spencerian script. However, due to trademark issues, a brand-new typeface inspired by the “Coke” logo was created. The typeface was named “You” because it’s about you, the consumer, not Coca-Cola. The first-of-its-kind campaign, was created in Sydney in 2011 and has since reached more than 70 countries. Coca-Cola teams around the world have put their own creative spin on the concept, which revolved around the iconic logo. 2016 ― “Taste the Feeling” The uplifting taste and iconic appeal of the original Coca-Cola Trademark, unites the Coca-Cola family of four Coke products. The new global creative campaign features the familiar Coca-Cola icons, such as the contour glass bottle and the popular Red Disk logo design. Here’s a fun fact, “Taste the Feeling” is the 47th major advertising slogan Coca-Cola has introduced through the years! 2007 – A classic design 2007 – A classic design A simple, bold approach with a single white ribbon. 2011 – 125 years of happiness 2011 – 125 years of happiness Coca-Cola's 125th birthday logo sees bubbles bursting from the contour bottle – a celebration of the past, present and future. The Share a Coke campaign, swapped out the Coca-Cola logo with your first name. Originally, the idea was conceived with names printed in the traditional “Coca-Cola” Spencerian script. However, due to trademark issues, a brand-new typeface inspired by the “Coke” logo was created. The typeface was named “You” because it’s about you, the consumer, not Coca-Cola. The first-of-its-kind campaign, was created in Sydney in 2011 and has since reached more than 70 countries. Coca-Cola teams around the world have put their own creative spin on the concept, which revolved around the iconic logo. The uplifting taste and iconic appeal of the original Coca-Cola Trademark, unites the Coca-Cola family of four Coke products. The new global creative campaign features the familiar Coca-Cola icons, such as the contour glass bottle and the popular Red Disk logo design. Here’s a fun fact, “Taste the Feeling” is the 47th major advertising slogan Coca-Cola has introduced through the years!

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