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   xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Nov 14 10:43 PM

Nov 15th, 2018: Coke Cans

Coke sells close to 2 billion servings a day of their products.
Servings is a fuzzy term because different people say 8 oz, 12 oz or 16 oz, is a serving size.
That's before you even get into that the 500ml, 350ml, 280ml, 250ml and 180ml size.
Lord only knows how many cans a day they sell, but it’s a lot, and they change designs frequently.
I bought some last week with Christmas packaging.



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While visiting a friend a few weeks ago I noticed this collection of vintage Coke cans, so I figured I would share them with the Inspiredology community.
These can designs are a great example of how some design styles never really go out of style. A few of these designs look slightly dated, yet others look as though they could have been released last week. I played around with a few of these and they can be used to make some very cool vectors or brushes, try it out.
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