I love these specially-designed Olympics art bottles by Kim Stewart. According to the artist, Coke commissioned aboriginal Canadian artists to create designs for a limited-edition series of giant art bottles. As Kim Stewart is a Canadian Metis, it's only natural that her design featured Metis designs and aboriginal stories.
See more images of Kim Stewart's Olympics art bottles above, and keep clicking for more innovations inspired by the upcoming Vancouver Olympics.
Implications - Consumers enjoy artwork by local artists as they feel they can more readily empathize with a piece of work from someone that lives in close proximity to them. As such, corporations looking to convey themselves as personable may consider utilizing local resources for advertising campaigns.
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Coke Olympics Art Bottles Feature Canadian Artists like Kim Stewart
- By: Marissa BrassfieldFeb 6, 2010 Updated: Jul 20 2011