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LEGO builder ElectryDragonite made this desktop vending machine using LEGO bricks, Mindstorms NXT controllers, and servo motors to dispense one of four different drink flavors, and has a working coin mechanism that rejects bad coins. It even keeps drinks cool.
Psyop’s animated commercial for Coca-Cola shows an enthusiastic dog – aka a dog – putting a bit of wonder back into his jaded master’s world. TL;DW: Dogs are high and Coke gives you dog vision… but only if you stole it?
Coca-Cola and ad agency Leo Burnett Colombia came up with a cooler that runs on solar power. It uses evaporating water and a refrigerant to cool drinks. We hope they share their design with the public. More here.
“Please keep quiet during the movie. It’s not the same with you in it.” To drive its advisory home, Coke had a VFX crew play a prank on movie goers. It reeks of a set up, but it’s fun to watch nonetheless.
Companies love to suggest ridiculous serving sizes, and now Coca-Cola has figured out a way to truly get two servings out of a single can, with these custom-fabricated cans which can be split in two and shared.
To help promote the slimming benefits of their sugar-free soft drink, Diet Coke created the world’s slimmest vending machine. Sure, it only dispenses one type of drink – in small aluminum bottles – but it’s still pretty damned cool.
A refreshing ad from one of the world’s largest distributors of sugar and high fructose corn syrup, inspiring us to get off of our lazy butts and move around to burn off some of those empty calories. Ad by Publicis Spain.
We’re not quite sure what Daft Punk really has to do with Coca-Cola, but we still love these cool metallic bottles, which are headed to a select group of trendy French clubs, and over at Colette this March.