Curvaceous Design: The History of the Coca-Cola Bottle — Atomic Redhead

Few things are as iconic as a bottle of Coca-Cola. In fact, as early as 1949, a study showed that fewer than one percent of Americans could not identify a bottle of Coke by its shape alone. That is a pretty big flex if you ask me. Today it’s impossible to think of not being…

via Curvaceous Design: The History of the Coca-Cola Bottle — Atomic Redhead.

Have a few friends who prefer Coca-Cola and the shape of the bottle over cans most of the time.

 

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