Coca-Cola: Plant Billboard22
Together with the World Wildlife Federation Coca-Cola unveiled a billboard in the Philippines that’s actually good for the city it inhabits.
The 60 x 60 foot living billboard in Manila is made of thousands of Fukien tea plants surrounding the iconic curvy shape of a silver Coke bottle. The project with the CO2-eating plants was created in conjunction with Coca-Cola Philippines’ Live Positively sustainability program. Pots made from recycled bottles contain the 3,600 trees, which live off a mixture of organic fertilizers.
Celebrating 125 years of Coca-Cola continues. This time they use the happiness theme in Peru. In a crowded district in Lima they deliberately left a wallet containing $100, now it comes down to testing people’s honesty.
The new Coca Cola Zero commercial from Dahaf-1, Tel Aviv unites elements of all things exciting: combining free-running anticipation to an exurberant outcome, alongside some brilliant visual effects that engage the viewer into an ‘urban’ dream
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