The winners of Vision Petron’s Lakbay Kasiyahan student art competition

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Vision Petron 2015 Winners

On its 15th anniversary, Vision Petron challenged students from around the country to turn the theme “Lakbay Kasiyahan: Our Journey of Happiness” into art. This is what the winning entries looked like.

The national student art competition accepted entries from July to August 2015. It did so in 4 categories: Painting, Photography, T-shirt Art Design, and Video-Making. The goal was to highlight the cheerful character of the Filipino people, because no matter what sh*t life throws at us, we somehow manage to see the brighter side of things.

These winning entries.

Painting (Oil / Acrylic)
Libre Lang Maging Masaya, May Sukli Pa” by Weriel Mallari (Tarlac State University)
Smile! All is Well!” by Wencyl Ureta (Museo ng Bulacan)
Hapag ng Kagalakan” by Modesto Samonte Jr. (College of Immaculate Conception, Nueva Ecija)

Painting (Water-based)
Basaan sa San Juan” by Weriel Mallari (Tarlac State University)
Aanhin an Masarap na Ulam Kung Wala Naman ang Magulang” by Eric Perreras (Museo ng Angeles, Pampanga)
“Surprise” by Arman Jay Arago (Kulay Diwa Gallery)

Photography
Shadow+Play” by Jenevie Estrella (Partido State University)
Mga Angel sa Calangitan” by Joel Policarpio (Museo ng Probinsya ng Tarlac)
Amigo” by Reyjie Baluyot (Southern Luzon State University)
Sumisilip na Kasiyahan” by Vincent Gerard de la Rosa (Tanauan Institute)
Ingiti Mo” by Jana Patricia Padre Juan (EARIST)
Liguan Na!” by Jal Valdez (Adventist University of the Philippines)

T-Shirt Art Design
Lakbay Kasiyahan sa Aming Munting Tahanan” by Ejem Alarcon (Lakandayang Cultural Association)
Hiling” by Jonathan Villalobos (University of the Cordilleras)
Happinas” by Deo Carlos Amarante (EARIST)

Video-Making
Lipad” by Rizzelle Mae Santiago (Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology)
Para Sa ‘Yo Kaibigan” by Vyankka Balasabas (University of Mindanao)
Tingnan Nang Malapitan” by Anne Catherine Malazarte (University of San Agustin)

For their effort, winners get somewhere in between P5,000 to P70,000 in cash and a trophy/plaque made by National Artist Napoleon V. Abueva. The artworks will also be featured in Petron’s corporate gifts and merchandising materials for 2016.