Win free fuel worth RM500 in Shell Malaysia’s “Our Canvas, Your Story” Instagram Contest
Update! The “Our, Canvas, Your Story” Instagram contest is now extended to 30 SEPTEMBER 2016!
A combination of vivid colours, artworks and inspirational words dazzled the wall of this Shell Station not far from KK city. A plaque on the side describes the details of these mural, inviting visitors to take note on the details. These murals are a part of ‘Celebrating 125 Years‘ art project involving 8 artists and 15 murals at selected Shell stations nationwide.
Shell Malaysia is organizing “Our, Canvas, Your Story” Instagram contest, starting from 5th to 18th September 2016. You will stand a chance to win free fuel worth RM500! To join this contest is simple;
- You must visit the Shell station where the murals are located nearby you.
- Take a photo of the mural, selfie or wefie is your pick, be as creative as possible!
- Upload to your Instagram with the hashtag #ShellKita. You must also tag at least 2 of your Instagram friend.
- You can also include a caption not more than 40 words for the Instagram post.
The most creative #ShellKita Instagram photo wins! Check out more info and T&C here, www.shell.com.my/murals
125 Year of Shell Malaysia
For 125 years, Shell has fueled Malaysia’s progress as a trusted partner, contributing to the growth of the oil and gas industry through innovation. To kick off its 125th anniversary in Malaysia, Shell unveiled Celebrating 125 Years, an art project involving famous artists including Datuk Lat, Cheeming Boey, Sabek, Yap Hanzhen, Amey Sheikh Ali, Caryn Koh, Thomas Powell, and Dmojo.
The eight artists will develop 15 murals at selected Shell stations nationwide, with at least one mural located in each state. The art captures the artists’ own interpretation of progress and the Malaysian pioneering spirit, with some illustrating familiar Malaysian scenes and landmarks, while others showcasing nature and Malaysian society.
The mural you can find in Kota Kinabalu is located at Shell Golden Hill, Donggongon Bypass. Just check out this map for the exact location.
The mural was painted by Amey Sheik Ali, a 26-years-old Sarawakian visual and graffiti artist based in Kuching, Sarawak.
Malaysia has progressed from one success to the next, due to peace, love and respect amongst its people. Amey Sheik Ali illustrates unity and diversity by using a blend of contrasting colours, and two smiling figureheads. A bucket of paint splashes more colours onto the mural, signifying that progress is a continuous process.
Again, check out www.shell.com.my/murals for more info and snap away to your best #ShellKita Instagram photo!
Our Canvas, Your Story