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SUMAZAU TIGER TWINS PART 2 by Murnie Liana Rahim


The design idea in this design is two Malaya tigers at Lok Kawi Zoo in Sabah. One of the tiger’s names is CACAT, a male Malayan Tiger. The inspiration for tiger colors and accessories (bells and beads) is from the traditional costume in Sabah which is mostly in black and gold. The pose refers to the traditional dance in Sabah which is Sumazau. The drawing on the box shows the atmosphere and environment in the forest where these two tigers should live in peace. The happy color of their lives is gradually disappearing due to extinction.

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I was born in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah in 1995. I established an early interest in art making while growing up which led me to study visual art at the University Malaysia Sabah of Visual Art Technology (Bachelor). I’m a self-employed digital and traditional illustrator based in the small town of Kuala Penyu, Sabah. My artwork focuses primarily on doodling, illustration, and other interesting element of art like bold lines and striking colors. Most of my artwork themes are inspired by anime and Sabah native culture.

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