Coca-Cola Bottle Art Tour: Inspiring Pop Culture for 100 Years

On November 16, 1915, the famous Coca-Cola contour bottle was created by the Root Glass Company in Terre Haute, Indiana. This bottle has become famous and iconic because of its distinctive shape. Now on to their 100th year, the Coca-Cola company is celebrating with a yearlong campaign and it features a very cultural moment--music, art exhibits (from world renowned contemporary artists--Andy Warhol, Clive Barker, Norman Rockwell, and Peter Blake), and of course a new advertising.

 

As part of the campaign, there is the Hall of Art, a multi-sensory journey featuring a number of bottle-themed art, artifacts and interactive activities which showcases Coca-Cola bottle's role in art and culture. This exhibition will visit more than 15 countries and travel 62,000 miles throughout 2015. 

 

Last October 3, 2015, TOMCAT Kittens were given the chance to join this one of a kind tour at the Bonifacio Global City and they definitely had an AHHH-mazing experience in this once-in-100-years opportunity!