Exclusive Coca-Cola Music Wallpapers

Download here exclusive Coca-Cola Art wallpapers.

To use this free Coca-Cola Art wallpaper:
1. Download the full size by clicking on the link under the image. If you want the wallpaper in standard 1024×768 format, you can also drag and drop the image to your desktop.
2. Extract the zip file you downloaded.
3. Double-click on the jpg (wallpaper image) in the desired format (800×600, 1024×768 or 1280×960).
4. Click on the right mouse button. A window will pop up. Scroll down and click the option “Set As Wallpaper”
6. The wallpaper is now installed on your desktop. Enjoy!

Please read our Terms of Use before you download any wallpapers from this Coca-Cola Art site.

http://www.popandroll.com/Coca-Cola_Soundwave1.zip

http://www.popandroll.com/Coca-Cola_Soundwave2.zip

http://www.popandroll.com/Coca-Cola_Soundwave3.zip

http://www.popandroll.com/Coca-Cola-Art_Music1.zip

http://www.popandroll.com/Coca-Cola_Soundwave4.zip

http://www.popandroll.com/Coca-Cola_Soundwave5.zip

http://www.popandroll.com/Coca-Cola_Soundwave6.zip

http://www.popandroll.com/Coca-Cola_Soundwave7.zip

http://www.popandroll.com/Coca-Cola_Soundwave11.zip

http://www.popandroll.com/Coca-Cola_Soundwave8.zip

http://www.popandroll.com/Coca-Cola_Soundwave9.zip

http://www.popandroll.com/Coca-Cola_Soundwave10.zip

http://www.popandroll.com/Coca-Cola_Soundwave12.zip

Design of the Coca-Cola Music artworks by RockAndRoll Agency (2004-2006). Creative Director: Wouter De Coster. Managing Director: Jean-Philippe Noterman.
Brand team Coca-Cola: Umut Özaydinli, Global Music Marketing Manager / Nastia Orkina, EU Marketing Manager / Lee Anne Hilsabeck, Design Director Creative Excellence.

These free Coca-Cola music wallpapers (all illustrations, artworks, graphic designs, images, pictures and photos) are for personal use only. They may not be redistributed, offered for sale, included on CDs, or used for printed material.

“Coca-Cola” ®, “Coke” ®, the “Dynamic Ribbon Device” ® and the design of the “Coca-Cola Contour Bottle” ® are registered trademarks of The Coca-Cola Company. © The Coca-Cola Company, 2008 – All rights reserved.

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The Pop in Nu Pop Culture: A New Art Generation Inspired by Coca-Cola

More than 45 years ago, artists such as Robert Rauschenberg, Mel Ramos and Andy Warhol started to use images of the Coca-Cola bottles or cans to create their pop art. The embrace of popular consumer goods such as Coca-Cola by these iconic artists had a great influence on pop culture, broke aesthetic barriers and touched a deep cultural nerve.

Today, a new generation of artists eager to focus on Coca-Cola’s artistic aura. Using centuries-old techniques as drawing and painting or state-of-the-art Photoshop or Illustrator skills (and sometimes a mix of old & new), they transform Coke’s iconic visual elements into original and captivating works of art.

“Coca-Colored” (detail) by Kofi Ansah aka De Godson (Italy/UK)

Kofi is a 19 year old artist with a goal and determination. He is originally from Ghana but has spent most of his life in Europe. His main residence is in Milan, but currently Kofi is studying 3D Animation at Ravensbourne College of Design & Communication, London. Kofi is also the webmaster and driving force of DigitalFlow, a dedicated site for young graphic talent.
http://degodson.com/

“Coca-Cola” illustration by Issam 991, Morocco

“Koi Cola” by Orticanoodles, Italy

Orticanoodles is a street artist from Milan, famous for his stencil art. Orticanoodles is making a name for himself since 2005, filling the city with his spray & brush images. The koi carps quickly became his signature design, being so colourful and suitable for different pictorial treatments.
http://www.orticanoodles.com/

“Diet Coca-Cola” by TrashCandy, Israel

“Coca-Cola Can” by MKitos, Portugal

“Coca-Cola Cup” by Kasia H4waiian, Poland

“Coca-Cola Can” by Thomas Pwgy, Romania

“Invisible Lines” by Hannouska (Hannah Maité), France

“This is a painting İ made to illustrate the invisible lines between the body and it’s environment. So as you can see, there are differents objects that appear thanks to the lines. Everything is connected to each other. Do you see the fox?”

“Feel the Love” by Go Green, Canada

“Coke, Cake & Cream” by Aya Takagi, UK
Sweet, sour, yummy and melting sensation expressed through delicious syrupy and rich, fresh and fruity colours in dynamic shapes and images. Screenprint with aquascreen ink on paper.

Aya Takagi was born in Tokyo in 1984. She graduated from University of Canterbury, School of Fine Arts with BFA Printmaking in 2006. She is continuing her study in fine art at University of Canterbury in the BFA Honors Programme this year. She uses silkscreen as her main printing method, since her interest in printmaking was influenced by Pop Artists such as Andy Warhol and Robert Rauschenberg.

“Cherry Coke” by Schimpansen

Ninocka’s Coke Side of Life

Ninocka is the alter ego of Nina Ostensen-Hocevar, a self taught digital graphic designer and illustrator living and working in London/Stockholm. At the moment, Nina is working on setting up her own graphic design studio. You can see more of her work and projects on the Ninocka website:
http://www.ninocka.com

“I used the eye from my logo to create a bizarre version of the “traditional” Coke Side of Life ads”.

“I hand drew the flowers and traced them in Illustrator before playing with them in Photoshop”.

The Coke Side of Street Life: Urban Coca-Cola Art

“El Lado Coca-Cola de Juandapo” by JGaara

“I play the street life, because there’s no place I can go. Street life, it’s the only life I know. Street life, there’s a thousand cards to play…” Remember this smashing tune by Randy Crawford?
Cities are urban jungles and art in the streets is a wild thing too. Street art and graffiti share the groove of the street and public space: this is where they hit home. The whole city becomes a medium for the street artists’ creativity and authenticity. Done with spraycans, stickers, stencils or markers, street images are often spontaneous, rough and dynamic. Not made for eternity, but to be enjoyed here & now!

“Skate Side of Coke” by Félix Lemieux

“Coke Side of My Life” by SZC

“Venus de Coca-Cola” by Bleys Of Amber.
Spray paint, stencils on paper. Based on the Venus de Milo and a sixpack of Coke.

Stefan Chinof – Typography in Action

Even though Bulgarian artist Stefan Chinof likes all kinds of illustration and techniques, he developed his typical style with typographical sketches.
There’s a refreshing side to Chinof’s experimental way of communicating. His handdrawn illustrations are a mix of bold colors, playful swirls and curls & small yet powerful statements: “Everything to Gain/Nothing to Lose/It’s a Good Day/For Shining Your Shoes/For Singing a Song/How Can Anything Be Wrong?”

Coca-Cola Hungary – 40 Years of Happy Moments Expo

Forty years ago, Coca-Cola came to Hungary. In 1968, Coke was the first American product that made it through the Iron Curtain. To commemorate this occasion, Coca-Cola unfurled a collection of vintage pictures of “Happy Hungarians”.


“The purpose of our life is to be happy” – Dalai Lama


“Happiness in a bottle”


“Love is doing small things with great love” – Mother Teresa

Blow-up of the limited edition Coca-Cola Sziget Festival bottle, designed by the Hungarian artist Slow


Coca-Cola Art Bottles Installation


Coca-Cola Art Bottles Installation


Coca-Cola Art Bottles Installation


Coca-Cola Art Bottles Installation

Coca-Cola’s “Happy Moments” installation is part of the “Happiness Exhibition” by ARC Magazin. There are 62 original Happiness billboards and slogans plus 36 cultural posters; mind blowing work by Hungary’s most creative minds.

In 1846, the Hungarian poet Sándor Petőfi already came to the conclusion that the only happiness which is available to mankind is love: “The heart freezes if it doesn’t love”.
121 years later, John Lennon wrote “All you need is love”, a simple message to be understood by people from all over the globe.


One of the 62 billboards, showing Hungarians raising the flag of joy


This billboard reflects on the “stock market of life”


Things that make us happy (Boldogság is the Hungarian word for happiness)


Another “Happiness” billboard. A recent study shows that a smile motivated by real happiness is likely to inspire others to smile


A side exhibition showing a selection of this years cultural posters

You can visit the ARC Happiness Exhibition and Coca-Cola’s “40 Years of Happy Moments” expo at 56-osok Tere (just next to Heroes Square), Budapest, Hungary from August 28 -September 16, 2008. Entrance is free.