Not My Job: Designer Jonathan Adler Gets Quizzed On New Coke
Back when he was a student at the Rhode Island School of Design, Jonathan Adler was told that he'd never make it as an artist, and he should go be a lawyer. But Adler continued making his pottery, and today his design empire includes 26 stores named for him all over the world.
We've invited Adler to play a game called "We know you love it, so we're changing it!" Thirty years ago the Coca-Cola company introduced New Coke, which is legendary as both the most disastrous and most successful product launches of all time. We'll ask Adler three questions about the strange but true saga of New Coke.
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