Qantas wants passengers to get creative with spewbags in social media campaign
Passengers can also use their napkins or boarding passes to enter the competition.
The campaig wedding dress n was inspired by Australian freelance typographer Gemma O who wowed the airline when she used the in flight bag as a canvas for her designs on a Qantas flight last year from Sydney to Wellington.
O has previously exhibited her work on Tumblr page Spew Bag wedding dress Challenge, and in an exhibition titled Make Me Sick latest artwork, depicting New York, is now being exhibited in the Sydney Domestic Qantas Club.
Qantas head of digital and entertainment Jo Boundy said the campaign was about inspiring Qantas passengers to get in touch with their creative side while in the air.
boarding passes to inflight bags, napkins to luggage tags, we have a number of perfect blank canvases for passengers to create their own in flight art, Ms Boundy said.
campaign encourages our customers to get creative at 30,000 feet and will showcase their inspiring works through social media to a global audience.
pleased to be working with such a talented young artist and continue to support creative Australians in their artistic endeavours. who create their own travel art using the airline wedding dress sick bags, napkins wedding dress or boarding passes can share it on social media using qantasblankcanvas.