March 30, 2011
I admire the Coca-Cola company logo. It was designed by Frank Mason Robinson and does a wonderful, yet simplistic job of grabbing the public. The type is in what is called spencerian script, which was a popular styler in the late 1800s-early 1900s. Aside from the actual neat and high contrast logo thats red and white, coca-cola is a catchy form of an alliteration that is easy to say, remember, and spell. The name also comes with the nickname “coke” which is just as, if not more widely known. I know in certain areas on the map people may refer to all forms of soft drinks as “coke.” After all, Coca-Cola is the most widely known company in the world. Find more at coca-cola.com.
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