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Posted by on Oct 24, 2010 in Design, Featured, Food & Drink | 7 comments

Mystic Coke – Concept Coca-Cola Bottle Design

mystic-coca_cola-bottle-concept-01The iconic Coca-Cola bottle has come of age. Well conceptually at least it has. French designer Jerome Olivet is responsible for this radical version of the classic cola bottle. If future Coke gets this as its packaging, then the future looks very good. Very good indeed.

Translated from the designers’ Description originale, the bottle takes on a life all of its own:

Mystic surprises by its beauty and intensity. It was created to live an intense and fleeting moment. Its racy style describes a supernatural world which soars skyward. Its skin has a sculpted unique spiritual experience.We discover in the palm of our hand soft and aerodynamic forms. Its living surface is shaped by a force mysterious and transparent. It sends us all the energy and excitement of Coca-Cola. Its sexy lines and red colour give happiness in 3 dimensions. Both organic shapes intertwine and form a body ambiguous and fascinating. Its loving silhouette, ties into a true popular poetry. Credits & copyright Jérôme Olivet, 2010

This is Supermans’ red-caped Coke bottle. It’s the Coca-Cola bottle for the next generation.

Time to open up some happiness – now in 3 dimensions!

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7 Comments

  1. Wow. That’s amazing work. I’m thirsty now.

  2. Superb work. Really want one of these for myself.

  3. Must be a collectors item. Not financially practical to produce these bottles.

    • I don’t even think this one is a physical reality actually. I got the impression it was a 3d graphic design concept only.

  4. superb work 🙂 just love it……….

  5. where and when can buy it?

    • Sadly, because we also think it is an awesome design, this bottle will probably never see the light of day at all. It is purely a design concept created by the artist. Pity.

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