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26 November 2014 08:51 am

Ooredoo Installs Qatar’s First Ever 3D Painting at Landmark Mall

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As part of Ooredoo’s latest campaign to highlight the advantages of being on Qatar’s leading network, the company has created a giant 3D mural starring brand ambassador Nasser Al Attiyah.

 

The painting, which was created over two days by internationally renowned artist Kurt Wenner, is the first ever 3D painting to be displayed in Qatar and portrays Ooredoo’s brand ambassador Al Attiyah and his Ooredoo branded rally car.

 

The artwork is spread over 5 x 5 meters on the floor and 5 x 3 meters on the wall and, through an optical illusion technique, is able to create the effect that the rally car is leaping off of the floor and into the space.

 

Fatima Sultan Al Kuwari, Director Community & Public Relations, Ooredoo, said: “Ooredoo believes in engaging the public in everything we do and, by bringing a new interactive form of art to the community, we hope to inspire people, as well as highlight our network. Throughout 2014, we’ve constantly shown we are working hard to enhance our portfolio and technology and wanted to show this in an unusual way. We thank Kurt Wenner for this piece and hope you all get the chance to see it.”

 

The artwork is on display at Landmark Mall from today until 4 December and aims to bring interest to this genre of artwork in the country, as well as celebrate the company’s bigger and faster network.

 

Kurt Wenner is an artist best known for his invention of 3-D pavement art. He has been the subject of the 1987 Masterpieces in Chalk documentary, which won first place in the fine arts division at the New York Film Festival and has won several awards, including the Golden Bacchus and Golden Giotto.

 

For more information on Ooredoo, visit Ooredoo.qa.