Two Sabahan artists contribute digital works to 'Time' magazine's NFT series

Red Hong Yi (right) and Kenji Chai are the Malaysian artists selected for 'Time' magazine's NFT series. Their works will also be exhibited in New York in November and included in a book. Photo: Handout

How do you build a better future during a global pandemic?

Contemporary artist Red Hong Yi (known as Red) and graffiti artist Kenji Chai show us how in their Time magazine commissioned non-fungible token (NFT) animated artworks.

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