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    90 Designs, 51 Artists, 1 Video In conjunction with the Malaysia 5th Annual Coca-Cola Collectors Fair, we were once again given the opportunity … Read More
    90 Designs, 51 Artists, 1 Video In conjunction with the Malaysia 5th Annual Coca-Cola Collectors Fair, we were once again given the opportunity to collaborate with MCCC to produce a promo video for the event that is happening on the 9th of May 2015. 2015 is the 100th anniversary of the Coca-Cola contour bottle, so we used the contour bottle as our theme for the promo video. We also wanted to show the vast Malaysian art field, and decided to have a ‘Call for Artists’ inviting any interested Malaysian artists to collaborate with us. Fortunately, the response that we got was more than what we’d expected, and in the end we had 51 artists joining us on this project. Each artists were given freedom on creating their artwork. The only rule: the contour bottle has to be distinguishable and placed at the center of the screen. And oh, no political & religious issues. Here is the final video that was made out of each and every one of the collaborator’s love for art. We couldn’t have done this without you, thank you! This is PURELY a NON-PROFIT VIDEO for the event. Spread the word around! #MYMASHUPCOKE * This video animation belongs to Glassfin. || Video Initiated by : Glassfin || Collaboration with : MCCC Organizer Read Less
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"90 Designs, 51 Artists, 1 Video"
 
In conjunction with the Malaysia 5th Annual Coca-Cola Collectors Fair 2015, Glassfin, a Malaysia based post production company made the initiative to create a promo video consisting of submissions by Malaysian artists in the form of video or still images.

"Each artists were given freedom on creating their artwork. The only rule: the contour bottle has to be distinguishable and placed at the center of the screen."
 
Below is the video that resulted from the amazing collaboration of 51 Malaysian artists.
 
#MYMASHUPCOKE
This is the artwork that I submitted. It was created by manipulating an image of paper quilling artwork that I made previously.
Below is the original paper quilling image that I used to create the artwork above.