Imagine-Art: Folk Art Coca-Cola Bottles

For posts on all Murals, Sculptures and Artwork I have come across, go here.

Prologue: I am always amazed at imagination that artists use various colors to bring to life on a wall. And so also what they create with any kind of metal. These are some of those murals, sculptures and any kind of amazing artwork that I came across in my travels and adventures.

In Dallas Fort Worth International Airport in Dallas, Texas showcases a unique experience created by Coca Cola called Coca-Cola Around the World Experience. This one-of-a-kind attraction is in Terminal D and takes the travelers into the history of the Coca Cola, the most popular drink.

The display comes with a series of Folk Art Coca Cola Bottles structures designed from artists around the world. Passengers can lounge around these bottles, refresh and recharge physically and digitally. These work of arts are from Texas titled “Texas Folk Bottle” (created by Texas artist David Strickland using tractor parts and barbed wire), Mexico titled “The Kiss of the Moon” (created by Coca-Cola museum artist Alejandro Loccoco representing the culture of Mexico; and Bolivia Folk Bottle (created by Bolivian artist Gaston Ugald Castro, inspired by the Tiwanacu culture of Bolivia).

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