Alex Williamson collaborated with Guinness to create three Malaysian-inspired limited-edition designs in celebration of 50 years of brewing in Malaysia
Guinness, Malaysia’s favourite black brew, unveiled Alex Williamson’s three limited-edition designs for its Foreign Extra Stout bottles and cans at a spectacular launch event at the Intermark Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.
The three limited-edition designs are a marked departure from the brand’s iconic black and gold visuals. This is the first time that Guinness has worked with an artist to create brand new limited-edition designs specifically for one country, drawing inspiration from its culture and its people.
Each one is bursting with vibrant colours and intricate patterns, inspired by the wealth of history and culture Malaysia has to offer, each design representing a distinct era in Malaysia’s journey – stretching back to Malaysia’s tribal roots, through to the age of independence, leading into the modern day and looking ahead to the future.
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