Galileo Watermark brings art onboard
March 31, 2020
Galileo Watermark is celebrating a new collaboration with Turkish Airlines featuring a series of eight collectable kits launching in Business class.
Showcasing the artwork of Devrim Erbil, one of the most popular artists of the country, the new kits give passengers the opportunity to collect an iconic piece of art, every time they fly.
Erbil is one of the most important living representatives of Turkish Contemporary art and deeply influenced by the cultural heritage of his country and Istanbul, the city he has inhabited for 60 years.
With this partnership, Turkish Airlines continues it contributions to the national values of Turkey and promoting these on a wider scale. The eight collectable pieces, each feature a unique landmark of Istanbul and are designed to serve as a lasting memory of the passenger’s experience with the airline.
Zeki Cukur, svp catering & inflight products at Turkish airlines said: “As the national flag carrier of Turkey it is important that we promote the cultural heritage of our country and share this with the world. By working with Devrim Erbil, an artist that for decades has showcased the diversity and beauty of our country through his works, we hope to add a special touch to the onboard experience that will live on beyond the flight.”
Johannes Kloess, MD at Galileo Watermark added: “We are proud to be working with Turkish Airlines and Devrim Erbil on this special project. As a new customer to us, it is hugely rewarding to work on a project of this nature: providing passengers not only with a beautiful and functional amenity kit onboard but also a cultural experience. Erbil’s works are truly inspiring, and we hope that passenger’s flying will enjoy this collaboration as much as we have enjoyed bringing it to life.”