Coca-Cola Girls: An Advertising Art History
As sparkling and effervescent as the soft drink she symbolizes, the Coca-Cola girl has lived for more than a century as the perfect American beauty. In the first-ever art book Coca-Cola has licensed for publication, the author traces significant company mileposts while underscoring them with lavish illustrations. Dedicated to the Coca-Cola collector and art connoisseur, "Coca-Cola Girls" compels each to "pause and refresh!" with some of the world's most recognizable art.
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