Giveaway: “Get Animated” Invasion Tour Opens; WIN Warner Bros. Hamper

Check out customized Marvin The Martian figurines by our favourite celebrities at the “Get Animated” exhibit starting today. 

From 13 February to 3 March 2019, close to 80 Marvin the Martian figurines customized by celebrities and influencers will be on display at Raffles City for the “Get Animated” exhibition presented by Warner Bros. Some famous names featured are Amber Liu, Aaron Kwok, Michelle Reis, Chen Yi Xi, Mongabong, Li Nan Xing, Mark Lee, Fann Wong, Carina Lau, Hayley & Jayley Woo and more!

The exhibition comes from the partnership between Warner Brothers Consumer Products and Make-A-Wish International charity foundation, who invited musicians, designers, artists, influencers and personalities to unleash their infinite creativity by creating uniquely customized Marvin the Martians which will be exhibited around the different countries. Singapore is its final stop after a tour around Asia, including stops in Taiwan and Hong Kong.

The Marvin Funkos are being auctioned off online now with a starting bid of $100, with all proceeds going to Make-A-Wish® International, which grants wishes of children life-threatening medical conditions.

Also available at the exhibition are merchandise featuring fan-fave characters like Marvin the Martian, Bugs Bunny, Tweety, The Tasmanian Devil and Scooby-Doo. Limited edition products featuring designs from artists participating in the campaign will also be available at the pop-up store located at Raffles City, Level 1.

To commemorate the exhibit’s launch in Singapore, ZYRUP is giving away three sets of exclusive Looney Tunes goodies worth $45 each, containing a variety of adorable Looney Tunes characters merchandise from a tote bag to a table mat, a coaster, a notebook and an A4 folder. Join the contest on our Facebook page here.

Date : 13th February – 3rd March 2019
Time : 10am – 10pm
Address: Raffles City Singapore, 252 North Bridge Road

For more info on the online auction, visit here. Visit the exhibition’s Facebook page here.