Thermos Singapore has been launched limited-edition Singapore exclusive tumblers since 2015. It kicked off this initiative in 2015 with the SG50 limited-edition tumbler. A year later it launched a Peranakan-inspired edition. This year Thermos decided to launch limited edition tumbler as well as a food jar.
This year Thermos Singapore has decided to collaborate with The Art Faculty by Pathlight. Pathlight School is Singapore’s first autism-focused school which provides a unique blend of mainstream academics and life-readiness skills for students aged seven to 18 with autism and related learning disorders.
13-year-old artist Jonathan Cai’s original line art of the Marina skyline showcases iconic landmarks such as Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Flyer and The Esplanade, Gardens by The Bay are printed on the Thermos tumbler. The tumbler has an ultra-light and compact design so you can bring it around anywhere, anytime. It is compact enough to fit any bag. More importantly, it is leak proof, and storing icy cold beverages does not cause it to condense. It has a capacity of 0.4 litres and can insulate heat of 65°C or more or 11°C and below for six hours.
15-year-old Grace Ong enjoys food and likes to depict food in her artwork. She hopes to inspire others when they see her drawings with her joy and happiness. Spot various traditional food on the jar such as Kueh Tutu, Kueh Lapis and Lepat Kacang in golden outlines. Absolutely appropriate artwork for a food jar which has an easy to open lid and can be disassembled conveniently for washing. The food jar insulates heat of 54°C and above or food 12°C and below for six hours.
The Thermos JNL-400S Singapore Exclusive Local Design One-Push Tumbler is available at S$47 while the Thermos JBQ-400S Singapore Exclusive Local Design Food Jar is available at S$49 from August. A short profile of the artists is also printed on the box giving Jonathan and Grace exposure.
Two specially designed big size bottles hand drawn by Grace and Jonathan will be up for a charity auction which happens from 27 July 2017, 3 pm until 31 August 2017. Proceeds from the auction will be fully donated to the Autism Resource Centre (Singapore), a not-for-profit Voluntary Welfare Organisation that was started by volunteers in 2000, dedicated to serving people with Autism Spectrum Disorder.