Posted by Nick April 15, 2011

Coke are celebrating their 125th Anniversary in style - well at least they are in Hong Kong where James Jarvis's illustrations adorn the famous brands cans. 6 designs are available you just pray that Coke pull their finger out and release these worldwide, Jarvis's work translates to a worldwide audience, it seems a dumb move to not release them all over. Keepin my fingers crossed all the same...

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