Contest: Join Avida Towers 3D street painting contest!

Here's your chance to win P75,000 by simply showing off your talent in the arts! Avida Towers Centera will hold a 3D Street Painting Festival on March 18 and 19, 2011 at the Reliance Street in Mandaluyong City.
With the theme "Fast-Forward: Life at the Center of the Metropolis", the art contest is part of the grand launch of Avida Land Corp.'s latest high rise project. The paintings will be open for public viewing starting March 19, 2011.

How to join

The 3D street painting competition is open to all Filipino professional artists and students of all ages. Participants must form a team composed of three to seven members to qualify.

Contestants are required to submit a soft copy of their design at in JPEG format only on Tuesday, March 15 at exactly 10pm. Submitted design proposals must be based on the theme: “Fast-forward: Life at the Center of the Metropolis”. The final artwork will be 8 x10 feet in size.

Design proposals must include additional information such as group name,  the names of the members and contact details. The title of the final artwork should also be stated.

Design proposals will be evaluated and sorted for inclusion in a short-list; short-listed proposals are considered the official finalists of the competition. The contest will begin at 8AM on March 18th until 6 AM of the following day, March 19th.

Winners and prizes

Entries that qualify for the finals will be judged according to Artistic Merit (45%); Relevance to the Theme (35%); and Over-all Impact (20%). The first prize-winner will take home a special glass trophy and P75, 000. The second placer will receive a trophy and P50, 000. The winner for third place will receive a trophy plus P30, 000.

All the finalists’ artworks will be posted in Avida’s official Facebook page. The entry that receives the most number of “Likes” will win a trophy and P20, 000.

Join now and share your 3D street art to the world! To learn more about Avida Towers Centera’s 3D street painting competition, just visit or contact (02) 687-2692, 687-2649 or 664-7213.


  1. 3D street painting should be encouraged in the Philippines.

  2. Thanks @virtual office manila for your comment!


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