Hand-drawn on by Yue Wu, the refuse glass was then filmed them in sequence to create the movie.

Absolut Art-Stream, a project curated by MADE that aims to give artists a wider audience, launched earlier this month. For the event, Parisian artist Yué Wu presented his unique installation and animation, ‘The Circle of Life.'

The artwork was comprised of 60 white Absolut bottles, which were hand-drawn on by Yué. The bottles were then put together in sequence to create an animation film about change, growth, and rebirth. After unveiling his creations, Yué went on to live-draw on a bottle, which was presented and projected in real-time onto a large canvas. You can check out a video of the event below:

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