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The art of the extraordinary

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Platinum customers are in for a treat when Globe takes on Filipino artists Leeroy New, Jay Oliva and Reese Ruiz as their newest ambassadors for their collectible series.

In a highly exclusive virtual session on November 11, the three will discuss their creative vision, which led them to their respective fields, and their inspiration to create an extraordinary experience for Platinum clients.

Jay Oliva, the Filipino-American showrunner and executive producer of the hit Netflix series Worktop, created a 76-page hardcover compilation of meticulously crafted artwork inspired by the series and containing never-before-seen images of Alexandra Trese’s journey to the underworld in The art behind Netflix’s Trese.

For its part, Leeroy New, a world-renowned Filipino visual artist and designer, created the Star cluster collectable. Inspired by two large-scale sculptural installations, this is a massive vessel that resembles a colony on a different planet and the Mebuyan Vessel, a semi-architectural spaceship.

And the third ambassador to complete this creative collaboration, Reese ruiz, a Filipino social entrepreneur who is the president and founding partner of the fashion design house Rags2Riches, and who created a sustainable fashion line made from recycled fabrics and indigenous fabrics from the Mundo Collection.

The Platinum Series is definitely something to look forward to and appreciate, as each collectible comes with a donation to World Vision as part of the #ForFutureHeroes campaign.

To learn more about The Platinum Series and how you can reserve one for yourself, see: https://www.globe.com.ph/platinum/the-platinum-series.html.

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