Aretha Franklin Coca-Cola Poster

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With the recent success of Amy Winehouse, Alicia Keys, Duffy and Joss Stone, a new era of soul music has emerged. But if one singer deserves the title “Queen of Soul”, it must be pop icon Aretha Franklin. In the Sixties, this giant of soul music was the voice of a popular Coca-Cola commercial. In 1968, Aretha appeared in this pop art style magazine ad. Here you can download a vector image of this amazing artwork.

If one singer deserves the title “Queen of Soul”, it must be Aretha Franklin. With a career spanning over 4 decades, her impact on pop music is profound. Worldwide hits as “Think”, “Say A Little Prayer”, ‘Respect’ and ‘Chain of Fools’, ‘I Say A Little Prayer’ made her a global star.


 “Aretha comes on for Coca-Cola” poster © Coca-Cola 1968.

Vector illustration by Caos CC for VectorNET.

License: CC 3.0 Non-Commercial Use.

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Aretha Franklin Coca-Cola Poster

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Related tags: Advertising, Alicia Keys, Amy Winehouse, Aretha Franklin, Coca-cola, Commercial, Duffy, Joss Stone, Pop Art, Poster, Queen Of Soul, Sixties

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