Coca-Cola is spreading happiness with a hidden flag. Denmark has been named the happiest country in the world in several global surveys with the latest by the UN. So it was a remarkable discovery to find the Danish flag hidden in the Coca-Cola logo.
McCann decided to take this discovery to Denmark’s biggest airport where it’s a tradition to welcome people with flags. But not everyone brings one and the welcome isn’t as big and happy as it could be. That's why McCann created a special poster where people could take flags straight from the Coca-Cola logo. This gave everyone the chance to create a happy welcome to the world’s happiest country.
Ambient advertisment created by McCann, Denmark for Coca-Cola, within the category: Non-Alcoholic Drinks.
Chief Creative Officer: Miguel Bemfica
Executive Create Director: Lee Tan
Creative Director: Mads Ohrt
Art Directors: Eva Wallmark, Michal Sitkiewicz, Gabriel Miller
Copywriters: Rickard Beskow, Gabriel Miller
Account Supervisors: Andrei Kaigorodov, Morten Ingemann
Producer: Catherine Lee
Other credits: Søren Albrechtsen
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