The Thermos® Singapore X The Art Faculty 2017 launched Singapore Exclusive Local Design Collection Series 2017

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Happy 113th anniversary to Thermos®!

In this joyous occasion, Thermos® has partnered with talented young artists from Pathlight School’s Artist Development Programme which marks the first of such a collaboration for both to come up with the latest limited edition Singapore Exclusive Local Design series products.

Thermos Singapore Jonathan Cai Grace Ong

(Centre left and right) Jonathan Cai (Student Artist, Artist Development Programme, Pathlight School) and Grace Ong (Student Artist, Artist Development Programme, Pathlight School) posing with their printed artworks on Thermos’ merchandises, accompanied by their parents.

Two designs are available, one is the original line art by Jonathan Cai and the other one is by Grace Ong from the school’s Artist Development Programme, with the artwork commissioned by Thermos® Singapore.

Thermos JNL-400S Singapore Exclusive Local Design One-Push Tumbler

Thermos® JNL-400S Singapore Exclusive Local Design One-Push Tumbler (RRP: $47)

The above is  Thermos® JNL-400S Singapore Exclusive Local Design One-Push Tumbler is a new premium model available in Singapore. This tumbler is ultra-light and compact which is easy to carry around and for storage, comes with a removable spout for easy washing as well as a leak-proof drink lid with a push button and locking ring. Good for hot or cold beverages. 

If you look at the tumbler, you will see detailed architectural line art of the Marina Skyline, this ultra-light and sleek tumbler showcases iconic landmarks such as Gardens by the Bay and Marina Bay Sands. This is done by the talented 13 year-old artist Jonathan Cai where he shared that “I would like to create more artworks to build up my portfolio which includes my current interest (drawing Architecture buildings and Singapore Icons). I also want to expand my techniques by trying different styles of drawing and using different mediums. I hope to be able to combine what I could do (drawing) with my passion (develop computer software) and come out with a software that could help improve the quality of lives for many people.”

Thermos JBQ-400S Singapore Exclusive Local Design Food Jar

Thermos® JBQ-400S Singapore Exclusive Local Design Food Jar (RRP: $49)

The second design is The Thermos® JBQ-400S Singapore Exclusive Local Design Food Jar created by the talented Grace Ong, 15 years old, she transformed the food jar into a chic canvas with an assortment of local traditional foods such as Kueh Tutu, Kueh Lapis and Lepat Kacang in gold. Grace Ong shared that “I enjoy food and I like to depict food in my artwork. I hope that when others see my drawings, they may be inspired by my joy and happiness through my artwork.”

If you look at the jar, it has a rich dark brown surface, design wise, it is light and compact comes with enhanced temperature retention. You can open the lid effortlessly and can be removed easily for washing. Good to keep your food or snacks fresh and warm whenever you feel like having it! 

Thermos® Singapore X The Art Faculty 2017 Singapore Exclusive Local Design Collection

(From left to right) Mr Hirokazu Otomo (Managing Director, Thermos Singapore), Ms Linda Kho (Principal, Pathlight School), Jonathan Cai (Student Artist, Artist Development Programme, Pathlight School), Grace Ong (Student Artist, Artist Development Programme, Pathlight School) and Mr Seiichi Itoh (Chairman, Thermos Singapore) at the launch of the Thermos® Singapore X The Art Faculty 2017 Singapore Exclusive Local Design Collection.

All the above images credit to  Thermos Singapore

From Palette to Palate, Thermos®, the pioneer in developing innovative vacuum-insulated lifestyle products, presents its latest limited edition Singapore Exclusive Local Design series products at the launch and media had the opportunity to view the latest offerings. We are very impressed with the students’ artwork and the new products!  

Thermos® Singapore Exclusive series started in 2015, annually transforming best-selling products into practical collectibles with limited edition designs. Starting with an SG50 tumbler in 2015, and a Peranakan-inspired tumbler in 2016, this is the first time that Thermos® Singapore has launched two products as part of the series. The 2017 Series feature original line art by Jonathan Cai and Grace Ong from the school’s Artist Development Programme, with the artwork commissioned by Thermos® Singapore.

Sharing the joyous occasion of the new launch by Hirokazu Otomo, Thermos® Singapore’s Managing Director, “We are happy to announce this milestone collaboration with Pathlight School, as Thermos® celebrates its 113th anniversary. The Singapore Exclusive Series have been well-received by customers since we started the initiative 3 years ago. This year, we are delighted to support young differently-abled aspiring artists, and do our part to provide the opportunity for them to bring their art into the homes and hearts of our customers. We hope that through this partnership, we can encourage and inspire more to discover the gems among our local artists, and support local talent.”

Additional Information:

Thermos® and Artists Join Hands to Raise Funds

Thermos® Singapore will donate two specially designed big size bottles for a charity auction. The one-of-a-kind bottles feature unique hand-drawn artwork by Grace and Jonathan. All proceeds from the auction will be donated to the Autism Resource Centre (Singapore). The auction will start from 27 July 2017, 3:00pm till 31 August 2017, 11:59pm at www.thermos.com.sg/events/charity. More details of the auction can be found on the website.

For more information on the Thermos® X The Art Faculty Limited Edition Singapore Exclusive Local Design series 2017, please check out the following:

Website: www.thermos.com.sg

Facebook: www.facebook.com/thermos.singapore

Instagram:  www.instagram.com/thermos_singapore

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