Steve Jobs Tribute Apple Logo Creator Jonathan Mak Designs Coke Ad

Monday, April 23, 2012
By OP Editor

20-year-old student and Apple fan from Hong Kong works with Ogilvy China to create Coca Cola advertising poster.

Jonathan Mak China Coke poster

Jonathan Mak, who created the Steve Jobs silhouette Apple logo tribute:

“If you are in Shanghai, you may come across a poster I designed for Coca-Cola. The Chief Creative Officer of Ogilvy China got in touch with me, and offered me this amazing opportunity. I can’t thank them enough, and really hope we can keep doing work together in the future.”

Jonathan Mak revealed to Adage that he uses a Mac (of course). The poster of Coke’s iconic white ribbon passing a bottle got this shout out from the company:

“It’s got unusual, intriguing stopping power,” said Stephen Drummond, director-content and creative excellence for Coca-Cola in Asia Pacific. “Everyone’s responded with a sense of, ‘Wow, that’s a different, intriguing spin on something so iconic and so familiar.’

[via mactrast]


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One Response to “Steve Jobs Tribute Apple Logo Creator Jonathan Mak Designs Coke Ad”

  1. Don

    Looks like this bright kid has a bright future ahead of him.


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