Art gone interactive
In Chinatown, MRT Wat Mangkon now houses Nescafé Blend & Brew Interactive Art Station, where huge murals of contemporary Chinese art portraying dragons and other mythical creatures are enhanced by augmented reality technology, to transport visitors to the imaginary Land of Irresistible Aroma.
Brand ambassadors Jirayu Tangsrisuk and Thanapob Leeratanakajorn joined the opening of the interactive art station, hosted by Victor Seah, chairman and CEO of Nestlé Indochina, and Naritta Vipulyasekha, business manager for Nescafé Coffee Mixes, Nestlé (Thai).
Thai artist Phannapast Taychamaythakool talked about her works featured in the project, which also includes souvenirs that will be exclusively available from September at the MRT station.
Jirayu Tangsrisuk, Nattavut Trivisvavet, Naritta Vipulyasekha, Victor Seah, Jojo Dela Cruz, Phannapast Taychamaythakool and Thanapob Leeratanakajorn. Nestle
Siriyos Devahasdin Na Ayudhya, Lee and Pattharapol Puengboonpra, and Araya Kanchanapongkula.
Tanos Hongsananda, Ascha Charoenrasameekiat and Varit Hongsananda.
Punnyaaphat Thanhomkul and Voravut Towirat.
Varithorn and Vareenithi Kanpaibool. PR
Nescafe Wat Mangkorn.