Thinking outside the box

The Toyota Dream Car Art contest through Asco Motors Fiji has always allowed children from around the world a chance to be creative and to nurture a fondness for cars. Picture: SUPPLIED

There are many benefits of drawing at a young age. Drawing young allows a child to build their art skill, cultivate their hand-eye co-ordination and allow creative expression while keeping them focused on the task at hand.

The Toyota Dream Car Art Contest organised by Asco Motors in the country nurtures an artistic streak with children from the ages of 15 below. Children can develop natural creativity if they are exposed to art competition that allows them to think outside the box and be imaginative.

Whether it’s drawing up a revolutionary dream car or just giving an artist that artistic flair, the competition surely provides growth for these young minds. Children from the age of seven below, between the age of eight and 11, and 12 to 15 can participate in this art contest.

The contest, which allows entries from young artists from around the world, helps to encourage and inspire creativity in children who are the future generation.

Young minds are encouraged by Asco Motors to submit their entry forms together with their most creative art piece of their dream car to the Asco Motors marketing team and to be inspired to become one of the nine lucky winners to represent Fiji. The winner gets a chance to travel to Japan with a parent.

There is no fee associated with entering the contest and the artwork must be hand-drawn with any paint media, including water paint, colour markers or crayons, and the artist is required to use A3 paper during the contest.

The drawing, which will be viewed by a global audience, should also appeal to people of diverse cultures.

The entry period was from December 1 to February 22 this year.

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