Tiger Beer turns air pollution into ink

Imagine creating a masterpiece out of polluted air. Ridiculous, right?

Not for Tiger Beer. Working alongside Marcel Sydney and MIT spinoff Graviky Labs, they’ve developed a paint that is made entirely of air pollution from vehicles across Asia.

The brand created 150 litres of Tiger Air-Ink in pens, markers and spray cans so that different types of artists could experiment with it, before taking the product to up-and-coming street artists in Asia, a region facing major pollution concerns, asking them to work their magic with the spray paint and pens.

Although it may not be the first innovative use of exhaust, this technology can now be adapted for larger vehicles and vessels to capture even more pollution and clean up the air, one pen and painting at a time.

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