Drink Coca-Cola

A mural of a World War 2 pilot drinking Coca-Cola in front of planes and the Coca-Cola logo.

Story Behind the Mural

A Coca-Cola advertisement, painted in the 1920s, was once located in the exact location as this new mural. The World War II corsairs featured in this mural were the type of planes flown by the artist's father. Along with the Coca-Cola depiction, the artist wanted to include a tribute to the nearby Livingston County War Museum and all of the veterans who have served the United States in the military forces. 


The artist for this mural was Sonny Franks, who lives near Atlanta, Georgia. 


GPS: Latitidue 40.880638; Longitude: -88.628731