Detroit – The winner of this year’s poster competition for the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix Racing Event presented by Lear was announced on Friday.
The poster for College of Creative Studies senior Miriam Wong was chosen to represent the racing event in early June.
According to a press release on Friday, this year marks the 10th year that CCS and the Detroit Grand Prix have worked together to showcase their work to Detroit Art College students and to represent the annual racing weekend.
On Wednesday, the judges, including Jamie Edmunds of Local 4, gathered when they saw five finalists describing their vision for the Grand Prix poster.
“The judging panel continues to be amazed at what these students at CCS can create each year as part of the poster competition,” said Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix budger Denger. “There was a lot of discussion among the judges about each design because all the students did a great job. It was a tough decision, but the feeling and celebration of the Grand Prix and its history on the Belly Isle in Miriam’s design are really connected with the judges, and it will connect with our Grand Prix fans around the world.
Below you will find Wong’s successful poster design.
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“I like to draw emotional scenes and touching scenes, I really like to inspire people and make people happy,” Wong said. “It was a great message and a great inspiration behind (the design). I thought this event was a good opportunity to use that whole family and community, especially as it revolves around those feelings.
Next year, the Grand Prix will return to its original home: Downtown Detroit Racing in 2023.
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