World is Not Just Red – The Mondrian Pepsi Can – Design You Trust

World is Not Just Red – The Mondrian Pepsi Can


Italian designer Andrea Salamino re-imagined the design and the can of the brand Pepsi by drawing his inspiration from neoplasticism, the colors of artists Piet Mondrian and Jean Gorin.


On the baseline “World is not just red”, he wanted to do something different from the cans we see usually by winking to Coca-Cola with the use of red and other colors, like a world with various facettes.


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