Not a reproduction, as far as I know: a Mountain Dew bottle from likely the early 1970s (they changed to the red and green one in 1973). Dew was created in 1940 and changed hands a couple times before Piepsico obtained it in 1964 and went with the “Willy The Hillbilly” mascot/imagery.
@eugenia_loli Makes Vintage Collages with a Futuristic Twist
To see more of Eugenia’s vintage-inspired collages, follow @eugenia_loli on Instagram.
“I became very sick in the 2000s. After four years as a tech journalist, I couldn’t work anymore,” remembers Eugenia Loli (@eugenia_loli), a San Francisco Bay Area resident with Greek roots. Art came to Eugenia naturally when she was spending all her time at home. She first got into experimental filmmaking and then turned to collaging.
With a love for futuristic sci-fi art, film and old magazines, Eugenia has collected around 750 vintage magazines. The retro imagery serves as a source of inspiration and builds the foundation of her surreal and sarcastic collages. “Such vintage images look like a painting compared to the more accurate digital images of today,” Eugenia explains. What sprang up out of necessity turned into a full time profession for Eugenia, who recovered from her illness in 2011. “When my health got restored, my art truly flourished,” she recalls. “Sometimes I feel they go hand in hand.”
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