Sunday, October 30, 2016

HAPPENINGS: STUDENT WINS ISUZU D-MAX PICK-UP IN DECAL DESIGN CONTEST ORGANISED BY ISUZU MALAYSIA, THE ONE ACADEMY AND SIME KANSAI PAINTS


Being a student pays off in many ways these days. Recently, a student from UPM was suddenly given the keys to an All-New Proton Saga. Now, a student from The One Academy wins an Isuzu D-MAX Pickup Truck in the pecial Isuzu D-Max Decal Design Contest jointly organized by Isuzu Malaysia Sdn Bhd, The One Academy and Sime Kansai Paints Sdn Bhd. 

Miss Tan, receiving the D-Max mockup from Isuzu Malaysia's Executive Director, Hajime Machimura with the winning design in the background.

 Tan Yi Xuan, 21, won a brand new Isuzu D-Max 2.5L pick-up truck worth RM115,000. The Isuzu D-Max Decal Design contest was held from May 16 to August 18, 2016 and was opened to all Malaysian citizens studying at The One Academy. As the Grand Prize winner for the Most Creative Design, Tan drove home the D-Max featuring her winning design that featured vibrant intertwined flowing splashes of black, yellow and red. The graphic elements were meant to express the freedom, power and fun of the D-Max in motion on rugged terrain. The truck was specially wrapped in the winning design. 

The award ceremony took place at the launch ceremony of the refreshed and enhanced Isuzu D-Max and the Special Edition Isuzu Mu-X SUV. 

Wow indeed. Miss Tan now just needs to graduate, find a job, totally miss that stage where she would need to buy a car and go straight into trying to find a house. How lucky. Of course, she must have had some sleepless nights coming up with the idea. I don't think it's just plain luck in this case.

THE ONE ACADEMY STUDENT WINS ISUZU D-MAX PICK-UP
IN DECAL DESIGN CONTEST

Kuala Lumpur (October 25, 2016) – Tan Yi Xuan, 21, won a brand new Isuzu D-Max 2.5L

pick-up truck worth RM115,000 in a special Isuzu D-Max Decal Design Contest jointly

organized by Isuzu Malaysia Sdn Bhd, The One Academy and Sime Kansai Paints Sdn Bhd.

As the Grand Prize winner for the Most Creative Design, Tan drove home the D-Max

featuring her winning design that featured vibrant intertwined flowing splashes of black,

yellow and red. The graphic elements were meant to express the freedom, power and fun of

the D-Max in motion on rugged terrain. The truck was specially wrapped in the winning

design.

Lee Zun Tat won RM10,000 cash when his tattoo culture-inspired ‘Good to be Bad’ design

was adjudged the Most Rebellious Design. The main elements of a skull and octopus in a

background of strong bold colors were designed to turn heads. It is also a reminder of how

the tattoo, often associated with individuals with questionable reputations in the past, has

now become an accepted mainstream art form.

The RM10,000 cash prize for the Most Futuristic Design went to Mok Wen Qi for her ‘Bird of

Freedom’ concept that featured a unique color combination of blue, turquoise and purple

embellished with light streaks. The design was intended to make the vehicle look like a bird

that has just gained freedom and ready to fly high.

The Most Rebellious Design and Most Futuristic Design prizes are sponsored by Sime

Kansai Paints.

The three One Academy students received their prizes at a simple ceremony in conjunction

with the launch of the new refreshed Isuzu D-Max range.

Three Isuzu D-Max with the winning designs brought to life by Sime Kansai Paints were

displayed at the launch venue.

The Isuzu D-Max Decal Design contest was held from May 16 to August 18, 2016 and was

opened to all Malaysian citizens studying at The One Academy.

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