The Brazilian Kaique Paula Amorim 19, a student of second year Graphic Design Panamericana School of Art and Design in Sao Paulo, is the winner on 6th edition of the International Competition of Graphic Arts, organized by Panathlon.International.
Panathlon International is one of the most respected institutions in the world, which operates since 1951 in promoting - through sports - Fair Play and the fight against unsports manlike practices, such as doping and barriers generated by ethnic and cultural diversity.
The poster created by Kaique makes mention of the commitment that every athlete should have with Fair Play. The inspiration came from the playful habit of tying a bow on the finger as a sign of personal commitment.
"When we were children, we see the world pure and sincere, we have the habit to symbolize this commitment to tying a bow on the hand. When we are preparing for a competition, we should have the same honesty and ethics that the children have. "explains the young designer and amateur skater.
The creativity of Kaique surpassed 150 submissions from students across Europe and Latin America, including the Italian Gabriele Matteucci and Sarah Ridolfi, both from the Istituto di Stato Profesional, respectively second and third places.
As a reward, Kaique will win 3000,00 £, a silver plaque and a trip with all expenses paid to Venice - The money and Laura will be presented on October 20 in Venice, Italy. This is the first time a Brazilian wins first place in the Panathlon International
With headquarters in Rapallo, Italy, the Panatlhon is a non-profit association, founded in 1951 in Italy, which seeks to promote through the sport, Fair Play, ethics, sports, social inclusion and tackling barriers generated by the diversity.
To educate young people about these values, the Panatlhon make annually the International Competition of Graphic Arts. Panathlon - The word comes from Greek and means All Sports.