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Red Bull – Art Of Can


The Trinidad leg of Red Bull Art Of Can will be hosted at The Corner Bar this Thursday 13th August from 7PM.

When was the last time you saw a BMW…made from 50 Red Bull Cans? How about a really sexy swimsuit made from 10? This is Red Bull Art of Can, an expression of your creative mind and flare.

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Now, for the first time in the Caribbean, Red Bull Art of Can will pull creativity from people of all ages, stages and creative levels the world over to produce some of the most fashionable, imaginative and inspired pieces by using from as little as one can to hundreds. With no restrictions you can design, create, mold, sculpt, photograph, do anything you like with as many and as little Red Bull cans as your focal point.

There are very few regions throughout the world that can boast the creativity of the West Indies, and for this reason Red Bull is inviting artistes from Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Barbados and the Bahamas to get busy and start building! The final exhibition of the Red Bull Art of Can will be hosted in Kingston, Jamaica in October and will feature the finest pieces from all over the Caribbean and will be judged by the public through the people’s choice award, a media choice award and the coveted prize being given to the best piece chosen by a panel of art gurus.

Trinidadian artistes can join this creative journey by submitting their art pieces for local judging which takes place on August 13th at the Corner Bar. The local creations will be judged by a select group of art experts and media personnel. The winning pieces will be then shipped to Jamaica for the Caribbean final of the Red Bull Art of Can.

Some U.S. cities that have hosted Red Bull Art of Can exhibits include Boston, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Houston and Chicago. Red Bull Art of Can has a long international history which began in Europe in 2000. Since then, exhibits have been hosted all over the world including Prague, Zurich, London, Dublin, Dubai, Budapest, Vienna, Warsaw and Amsterdam.

Find out more about Art of Can at http://www.redbullartofcan.com and submit to taking your mind and energy on a journey.

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  1. 12 August, 2009 at 7:39

    I think a good Red Bull bikini should never take more than two cans. Never.

    I like to see creative forms of creativity and I never thought Red Bull would be the next Lego. Was there ever a Lego bikini? The problem with Red Bull Art is that it might become hyper-art with all the artist displaying and edgy form of creativity. I have to give the local Red Bull marketers credit for making the drink as popular as it is in this country and with a new meaning.

    • 12 August, 2009 at 8:41

      was thinking one can would be enough… only need the top… of the can…

      Red Bull in Trinidad has really taken off… especially for a drink that is more expensive than the National beers… Carib/STAG… figure trinis like to get wings alot so they always trying… this has been the only corporate entity that has grasped some of my interests. I may not drink it often but I love when they host FREE events for me to attend… remember the Music Academy invitation…

  2. 12 August, 2009 at 9:39

    The Red Bull bikini is the closest thing I’ve heard of to a real chastity belt…

    I’ve seen a Mustang made from 5000 beer cans but I think more than 5000 Red Bull cans would have been needed.

    I can’t believe a Red Bull is more expensive than a beer, when a beer or two is more effective in getting bikinis off, even when they look and feel like chastity belts.

  1. 12 August, 2009 at 0:09
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