• Design Free Thursday // Jean Paul Gaultier for Diet Coke.


    Posted on 8th November, by Dana Tomić Hughes in fashion, graphics + illustration, random fun. 1 Comment

     

    Earlier this year, Jean Paul Gaultier was named the new creative director of Diet Coke. The French designer revealed three bottle designs featuring his signature nautical stripes and cheeky tattoo designs, available in Europe only (boo!) for a limited time. Bottles aside, it is the cheeky advertising campaign that got my attention. So gay, so funny – I absolutely love it! Reminds me of a couple of my previous posts (here and here.)


    [Images courtesy of Diet Coke. Photos by Stephane Sednaoui.]





  • One Response to “Design Free Thursday // Jean Paul Gaultier for Diet Coke.”

    1. Ezabelle says:

      This is great! Gave me a big chuckle. JPG never afraid to be JPG.



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