Coca-Cola Girls: An Advertising Art History by Chris H. BeyerAs sparkling and effervescent as the soft drink she symbolizes, the Coca-Cola girl has lived for more than a century as the perfect American beauty. In the first-ever art book Coca-Cola has licensed for publication, the author traces significant company mileposts while underscoring them with lavish illustrations. Dedicated to the Coca-Cola collector and art connoisseur, Coca-Cola Girls compels each to pause and refresh! with some of the worlds most recognizable art.
Coca cola Advertising History
The Coca-Cola Company has always believed in advertising, and over the last years, it has successfully branded Coke as the quintessential American drink. Coca-Cola makes for an interesting case study because of the multitude of ads it has done through the years, utilising a wide range of marketing techniques, as well as embracing new advertising technologies as they emerged, be it television, film, or social media. Coca-Cola has become such an integrated part of our daily landscape, its appearance in our lives is more abundant than we know it.
Chris H. Beyer
History of Coca-Cola in Ads
The very first print advertisement for Coca-Cola was launched in America in with actress Hilda Clark sipping it from a tea cup. From the drink of glamorous pin-ups to a refreshing sportsaid- this is what seven decades of Coca-Cola advertising in Australia looks like. The very first print advertisement for Coca-Cola was launched in the United States back in with actress Hilda Clark sipping from a tea cup. The advertisement, which resembled a postage stamp of sorts with its floral design and portrait style, marketed the now global soft drink for just five cents. Coca-Cola advertising was launched in Australia in and among one of the first marketing posters was artist Haddon Sundblom's 'Yes Girl' pin-up, which remains a hallmark in design today.
A History of Coca-Cola Advertising Slogans
The Coca-Cola Company has always believed in advertising, and that belief has taken it to the top of the mountain. Fantastic, colourful, wholesome, and memory provoking are just a few of the words and phrases that can be used to describe Coca-Cola advertising. - The soft drink Coca-Cola was first introduced on May 8, Here, a coupon offers a free glass of Coke in
The Diet Coke Story. Once upon a time, back in , John Pemberton invented Coca-Cola and sold it to customers of an Atlanta pharmacy. Over the course of the following century the world fell in love with ice-cold Coke. A Humble Trailblazer. We all know the Coca-Cola logo when we see it.
Coca-Cola has celebrated its th birthday. Whether it is ads featuring long forgotten 80s boy bands, whimsical animated characters or a multi-national, multi-racial choir singing tales of global unity atop a hill side, all aim to convey that the drink is an accompaniment or a catalyst for a joyous life. This s ad runs like a cosy interlude to the sort of variety show presented by Andy Williams or Perry Como. There could be no other ad chosen to reflect where Coke brand chiefs were at in the s. By the s, the brand was looking to align itself with popular culture. The 90s saw a plethora of ads that had little in the way of narrative but had one clear sort of message, Coke is part of YOUR fun-filled life. Insects liberate a bottle of Coke in the cause of nature?