Oil paint. Spraypaint. Acrylics. Charcoal. Ink. Crates. Wood. Canvas. Metal.

Just a few of the many mediums and materials artists have used to bring Coca-Cola to life in their work.

Given the brand's impact on popular culture over the last 130 years, it’s no surprise that it has been a source of inspiration for artists from around the world.

Meet five talented artists who have used their distinct styles to visually interpret Coca-Cola.

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Kate Brinkworth

Step into Brinkworth’s home studio just outside London to explore her artistic process: from photograph, to sketch, to paint on canvas.


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Photo courtesy of The Thomas E. Scanlin Collection.

Howard Finster

Inspired by a vision to “make sacred art,” this noted folk artist created more than 50,000 works, many of which portrayed the beverage he often enjoyed while painting.


Burton Morris

Burton Morris

This Los Angeles-based artist reinterprets pop-culture icons using his message of positive energy. See how he captures Coca-Cola’s “spark” from his home studio.


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Steve Penley

Penley grew up riding along in a Coca-Cola delivery truck with his grandfather. Now the Georgia artist uses vibrant colors while painting American icons, including Coca-Cola contour bottles, to capture the “feeling of comfort, optimism and hope.”



Pakpoom Siliphan

Growing up collecting Coca-Cola signs in Thailand’s countryside, Siliphan never expected his own mixed-media interpretations of Coca-Cola would one day make it into Coca-Cola’s art collection. Now, his art hangs not only at the company’s headquarters, but in galleries around the world.