Emmanuelle Moureaux's "Sparkling Bubbles" Visualizes the Sensation of Fizzy Coca-Cola

Emmanuelle Moureaux's "Sparkling Bubbles" Visualizes the Sensation of Fizzy Coca-ColaImage via Daisuke Shima / Nacasa & Partners

Featuring 800 sparkling glass spheres in 34 vivid shades and hues, French artist Emmanuelle Moureaux’s new installation, titled Sparking Bubbles, is designed to capture the explosive fizzing sensation of an American classic—Coca-Cola. The glittering orbs vary in size, each one suspended from the ceiling, gradually shifting from white to bold colors, to create the visual representation of flavor burst. Each acrylic transparent sphere has tiny air bubbles trapped inside it, making the orbs appear weightless. The installation was designed to evoke viewers’ nostalgic memories and emotions.

Sparking Bubbles debuted along with innovative designer Thomas Meyerhoffer’s modern interpretation of the ionic Coca-Cola glass.

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