Our Soda Cans Might Be Due for a Dramatic Shift in Aesthetic

Our Soda Cans Might Be Due for a Dramatic Shift in Aesthetic
Design

An Italian designer created a version of the Pepsi can that features an attractive, Mondrian-esque print

Laura Yan
  • 19 august 2015

Italian designer Andrea Salamino imagined a new version of the Pepsi can, dressed in an iconic Mondrian print. His tagline? “The world is not just red”—a sly reference to competitor Coco-Cola’s ubiquitous red cans. It’s also a more appealing, minimalist design, like something you might want to display on a shelf rather than crumple into the recycling can.

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