Illustrator Raphael Grampá used crowdsourced creativity to make his film for Absolut #NEXTFRAME. [Partner Content]

This article is presented in partnership with Absolut to support the launch of their #NEXTFRAME project. Get updates on additional Absolut collaborations at www.facebook.com/Absolut.

As an illustrator, Rafael Grampá is used to working alone. For his graphic novels, he writes the scripts, draws the characters and colors them in himself. But working with Absolut, the acclaimed Brazilian artist was given the opportunity to co-create a 3D animated short film – a first for him – with the help of the brand’s online fans.

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