How Tall Are You? In Coca Cola Bottles?

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Coca Cola signage at the London Eye, London,   January 2016


Coca Cola have really seized their sponsorship of the London Eye to the full – plenty of bright red and clever, funny signage.

#fc2847 color imageHex Colour reference:  #fc2847

A colourful note:  in 1998, Crayola gave permanent (well, maybe not that permanent!) names to the crayons that had been True Blue heroes in the previous year.  True Blue no. 7 became Torch Red, and in support of a Scarlet Pimpernel charity performance in New York, the previous Red colour also appeared in special boxes as Scarlet Red.    By the end of 1998, Scarlet Red had been discontinued (the original Red still existed under its original, plain name) and Torch Red had been renamed Scarlet.
Complicated, eh?


aDSC_0636_ppCopyright Debbie Smyth, 30 March 2016



21 thoughts on “How Tall Are You? In Coca Cola Bottles?

      1. I thought you had taken holidays over Easter, but can see now that you’ve been busy on blog. I only had a day of holiday and an impossible workload since.


        1. Hi Paula I was very busy over Easter too, but managed a bit of blogging (some was pre-prepared). I’ve managed to get a few photos into a local exhibition so I’ve been busy organising printing, framing, etc. And my daughter’s home from uni so extra cooking and cleaning !!

          On Fri, Apr 1, 2016 at 1:33 PM, Travel with Intent wrote:



    1. Oh, does that make you a sugar and sweetener expert?! I’m not a great fan of their products, but I did enjoy this signage. And I enjoyed tasting a geographical selection in Las Vegas, not that I actually enjoyed many of them.

      On Thu, Mar 31, 2016 at 9:52 AM, Travel with Intent wrote:


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