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A new online exhibition by ACRONYM and ASUS ROG is here to explore the future

words by: Sahar Khraibani
Jan 6, 2021

ACRONYM has officially teamed up with the ASUS Republic of Gamers to launch an online exhibition of works by more than 50 artists and designers. Titled SKY ANY COLOUR, the works that were curated by ACRONYM explore humanity’s complicated relationship with its future on this planet.


The participants at large were sectioned into smaller teams, each choosing a different format from which to explore the theme of the exhibition. The initial works created were first shown through the ASUS ROG x ACRONYM laptop, and they formed the basis for what will be the ongoing rollout of graphic and photography work, film, and music in the first quarter of 2021. Another exciting aspect of the exhibition is the partnership between ACRONYM and HXOUSE, famed talent incubator co-founded by The Weeknd.


ACRONYM’s design process takes on an optimistic vision in regards to the future, coming as an opposition to the heaps of negativity that 2020 received. Of the project, Errolson Hugh says:


“To achieve a better future, we have to believe the future can actually be better.”


Visit to see the first few projects and check out the exhibition’s Instagram to stay up-to-date.

Photo via Sky Any Colour, work by Nicolas Kadima