Coca-Cola Space Invader Edition

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The ‘70s paved the way for amazing things, including Saturday Night Fever, Star Wars, pet rocks, and the godfather of all shoot-em-up games, Space Invaders. In the present day, it still has a steady influence on branding.

Creative opportunities open up when you combine an iconic era of design such as the ‘70s with something as timeless as Coca-Cola

Take a look at these redesigned Coca-Cola cans called ‘Space Invaders’ VS ‘Space Invader.’ 


The recognizable cola can label was converted to a pixelized version. It borrows styles from pointillism art and old video games.

The project name refers to the video game made in Japan by Tomohiro Nishikado that became extremely popular from the ‘70s up to the ’80s. 

It also uses the code name for a 21st-century urban artist from Paris. The creative is known for putting up Space Invaders-inspired projects on streets all around the world. Space Invader, the artist, is famous among urban youth and creative people around the world.

The pixel creation of the artist  have been seen all over the world. It has been spotted in places such as New York, Paris, Los Angeles, and Amsterdam. 


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