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    Ki Saigon was commissioned to create a limited edition pack & design identity by Coca-Cola for their coveted 2017 Tet (Lunar New Year) campaign. … Read More
    Ki Saigon was commissioned to create a limited edition pack & design identity by Coca-Cola for their coveted 2017 Tet (Lunar New Year) campaign. Our creative process began by researching the real meaning of the festival for millions of Vietnamese. New years for Vietnamese is just not a celebration, but a moment of great cultural significance. It is a time family members gather )and instill faith in each other for a brighter tomorrow - a time to believe in a new beginning’. Read Less
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Believe in a new beginning

Ki Saigon was commissioned to create a limited edition pack & design identity by Coca-Cola for their coveted 2017 Tet (Lunar New Year) campaign. Our creative process began by researching the real meaning of the festival for millions of Vietnamese. New years for Vietnamese is just not a celebration, but a moment of great cultural significance. It is a time family members gather (Đoàn tụ) and instill faith in each other for a brighter tomorrow - (Đón một bắt đầu) ’ a time to believe in a  new beginning’. 
The design strategy was bought to life by the ‘swallow' - a unique symbol of Tet & bringer of a hope, whose arrival signals spring time & marks the prosperous beginning. We gave a pattern characteristic to the ‘swallow’ to turn them to unique symbols.









Each of our patterns are artistic interpretations of symbols that Vietnamese associate with new beginnings. The design language was conceived for 3 distinct Tet messages that bring the idea to life:
1. Giữ vẹn niềm tin (Believe in new beginnings) 2. Đón một bắt đầu (Welcome the new) 3. Đủ đầy phú quý (Prosper).
Peach and apricot flowers - the signal of a prosperous future
Fireworks - a signal of hope and a brighter tomorrow
Traditional 5 fruit plate - the offering to the ancestors for their blessing


Specially created patterns were adorned by metallic printing on the swallow to give them a depth and richness. The printing process across the Coca-Cola cans were modeled and customised to reach the desired effect.




Product shots by Jeremy Wong.