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Artists Place Hidden Details in Coca-Cola Open Happiness Ads

Art Directors Sergio Alonso and Sebastian Piacentini of the Marcel Paris ad agency are highly sought after by clients worldwide for their creative advertising campaigns. Companies such as Renault, Ray Ban, and Fructis are among the companies they’ve worked for, but none can quite compare to the advertising giant that is Coca-Cola. A brand which has been known globally for decades thanks to its well-conceived marketing, the soft drink company accepts nothing but the best from their advertising agency.

So when Sergio and Sebastian were asked to contribute to the Coca-Cola Open Happiness campaign, they knew what they came up with was going to need a little something extra. The result? These highly detailed illustrations, which all revolve around the campaign’s Open Happiness theme. The ad duo have contributed their own personal touch in the specially themed characters which make up each illustration. Enjoy their illustrations below, share this page with a friend, and then be sure to visit both Sergio and Sebastian‘s artist pages for more of their work.

Source: Sergio Alonso & Sebastian Piacentini via Design Taxi

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35 Honest Company Slogans by Clif Dickens

Companies spend millions upon millions of dollars every year promoting their brands, and obviously they’re always trying to portray their products in the best light possible. But what may be best for their sales may not also always be the most truthful advertising. Noticing this, Clif Dickens started this humorous series of honest company slogans, in which he lampoons companies we all know and probably most of us have been customers of at one point or another. Some of these may hit close to home, some perhaps not, but all are absolutely funny. Enjoy, and let us know your favorites in the comments section at the end of the page.

Source: Clif Dickens via dailymail

#1 Jansport

Jansport honest slogan

#2 Sprite

Sprite honest slogan

#3 Garmin

Garmin honest slogan

#4 Trader Joe’s

Trader Joe's honest slogan

#5 Volkswagen Beetle

Volkswagen Beetle honest slogan

#6 Purell

Purell honest slogan

#7 Lululemon

Lululemon honest slogan

#8 Yelp

Yelp honest slogan

#9 The Sims

The Sims honest slogan

#10 Visine

Visine honest slogan

#11 Marks-a-Lot

Marks-a-Lot honest slogan

#12 Hollister

Hollister honest slogan

#13 Ikea

Ikea honest slogan

#14 Monopoly

Monopoly honest slogan

#15 Maybelline

Maybelline honest slogan

#16 Lays

Lays honest slogan

#17 Netflix

Netflix honest slogan

#18 Bic

Bic honest slogan

#19 Lego

Lego honest slogan

#20 Wikipedia

Wikipedia honest slogan

#21 Candy Crush

Candy Crush honest slogan

#22 Starbucks

Starbucks honest slogan

#23 iTunes

iTunes honest slogan

#24 Gillette

Gillette honest slogan

#25 WebMD

WebMD honest slogan

#26 Activia

Activia honest slogan

#27 Victoria’s Secret

Victoria's Secret honest slogan

#28 Urban Outfitters

Urban Outfitters honest slogan

#29 Froot Loops

Froot Loops honest slogan

#30 Twister

Twister honest slogan

#31 Old Spice

Old Spice honest slogan

#32 Slinky

Slinky honest slogan

#33 Perrier

Perrier honest slogan

#34 Under Armour

Under Armour honest slogan

#35 Crayola

Crayola honest slogan

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What Would Paris Look Like if Art Replaced Ads?

Some of the most beautiful cities in the world have been seemingly overrun by advertisements, a casualty perhaps of our modern consumer age. Even historical cities with history overflowing such as Paris and Milan have not been immune. French artist Etienne Lavie saw this, and sought to find out what they would look like if it were up to her to fix this situation. Instead of a Coke advertisement, how about a nice Renoir? Or maybe that subway could use a nice watercolor rather than a slogan for the latest, greatest weight loss pill. Here’s just a small sampling of what she envisioned Paris would look like if art replaced ads. If you’d like to see more, be sure to check out her website.

Source: etiennelavie

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