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June 20th, 2012

Designer Creates Eco-Friendly Minimalistic Coca Cola Can

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New York-based designer Ryan Harc has created a concept design for a minimalistic Coca Cola can that is eco-friendly and 100% recyclable

In his concept design called “Colorless”, the can has been designed with a convex logo instead of Coca Cola’s signature red and white painted-on design.

According to Harc, he said that by stripping away the colors it would reduce energy and efforts to separate the toxic paint from the aluminum cans during the recycling process.

What do you think of Harc’s minimalistic design for Coca Cola cans?

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