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‘Film silencieux couleur, 2010 – 5mn. Art numérique et vidéo’

The work of Isabelle Dehay.

Found via Maggie Estey

Colored water

The work of illustrator Stina Persson.

Found via I Want to Wear It

Jewish Coke

‘Coca-Cola in Hebrew,’ watercolor by Dorrie Rifkin.

New Coke

‘French designer Jerome Olivet has crafted an awesome new look for Coca Cola entitled ‘Mystic”

Found via Creative Greed

Coke’s (original) secret formula

‘found in an old formulary book that Coca-Cola inventor, John S. Pemberton, was using shortly before his death’

Was bouncing around online and stumbled upon Coca-Cola’s Secret Formula.

Well, Coke’s original sugary, cocaine-based Secret Formula.

Not quite ‘The Real Thing’ we have today . . . [Read more →]

‘Three Kings’

‘Of all the Santas of all time here are my top three, and the guys who drew them.’

Haddon ‘Sunny’ Sunblom (above), Norman Rockwell and Thomas Nast (below). Interpreted by the incredible Steve Brodner. Details here.

Red Santa

‘One of the most iconic drawings of Santa, it is also in the public domain.’

Credit for the visual development of ‘Santa Claus’ goes to illustrator Thomas Nast (1840-1902).

And one of Nast’s most famous drawings – from the January 1, 1881 edition of Harper’s Weekly (above) – has this habit of showing up in odd places every holiday season. Some original, some reinterpretations.

I’ve seen it appear on everything from mugs to tees to gift bags to necklaces to ornaments. With the iconic red suit (which was actually developed by the Coca-Cola Company) added to some of the versions. [Read more →]

Red Christmas

Video for The Sohodolls’ cover of Hanoi Rock’s Dead By Christmas.

For purists, here’s the original  . . .

Hanoi Rocks: Dead By Christmas

Red bar

Found via Modernismism

Red party

‘The theme was a tribute to Russian Constructivism but the dress code on the invitation simply said ‘red.”

Another Performa party, covered by Ashley Simko. Details here.

Included a cotton candy room (below).

More bus

1950 UK Burlingham Seagull, above. Soviet-designed East German bus, below.

Found via Pro Litteris

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