Getah Colour Heralds a Revolution in Painting


A new Made-In-Malaysia Colour medium called Getah Colour (GC), which is reputedly more environmentally friendly, is set to take the art world offering an alternative way of expressions.

GC won the Gold Award in the International Invention, Innovation and Technology Exhibition (ITEX) in KL on May 13, 2017. It was in the Educational Items Category for Natural Rubber Artwork: A New Technique and Environmentally Friendly Medium for Visual Arts. Kudos went to the team from the Malaysian Rubber Board (Lembaga Getah Malaysia, LGM) led by Dr Asrul Mustafa. The others in the team were Ahmad Suhaime Nordin, Ruslimie Che Ali, Abdul Fateh Kamil Khalib, Nurul Fariha Poudzi and Iskandar Syarir Abdul Jofli.

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