Get to know about Coca-Cola's new commercial of a bottle of Coca-Cola that travelled thought multiple iconic paintings in the museum.
Coca-Cola has been known for its creative commercials for a long time. Whether it is in terms of creativity or form of expression, it often refreshes the audience. Some of the most memorable over the years include a "Taste The Feeling" music video with Avicii and a "Catch" spot featuring the NE_BEAR polar bear.
Earlier March this year, Coca-Cola has unveiled the latest commercial in its "Real Magic" brand platform, after the brand dropped the ball with its Coca-Cola Dreams campaign.
The latest commercial features the brand's classic glass coke bottle and follows an art student who was dozing in an art gallery with a series of iconic masterpieces on display. The camera focuses on the journey of the coke bottle from one iconic painting to the next and finally made its way to the student who's thirsty and in need of inspiration.
The stunning was presented by The VFX team at Electric Theatre Collective and creative agency Blitzworks with the combination of live action shots, digital effects and stable diffusion AI to create its unique animation style.
Divine Idyll – Aket (2022)
Large Coca-Cola – Andy Warhol (1962)
The Shipwreck – Joseph Mallord William Turner, (1805)
Falling in Library – Vikram Kushwah,( 2012)
The Blow Dryer – Fatma Ramadan, (2021)
Scream – Munch, Edvard (1895)
You Can't Curse Me – Wonder Buhle (2022)
The Bedroom – Vincent van Gogh (1889)
Artemision Bronze – Unknown (460 B.C.)
Natural Encounters – Stefania Tejada (2020)
Drum Bridge and Setting Sun Hill – Hiroshige (1857)
Girl with a Pearl Earring – Johannes Vermeer (1665)
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