After a nine-month absence, the iconic Coca-Cola Kings Cross billboard is well on its way to completion.
In July 2015, the unmistakable letters and red fluting were removed from the façade and a temporary banner was erected in its place.
The ‘back to bricks’ refurbishment reflects the strong commitment Coca-Cola is making to support sustainable solutions, with the billboard set to use a lot less energy than its predecessor.
“We’re upgrading some of the billboard’s componentry, moving away from a quite out-dated lighting solution in neon to something more progressive in RGB rope LED,” said Leo Roberts, Group marketing manager, integrated marketing communication.
“This will give us a much cleaner, more sustainable light.”
Catch an exclusive, behind the scenes glimpse of the project below.
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