Back in January, Rhys presented his design to Eurotunnel who picked him as the winner from a shortlist of 10 other designs to be created and wrapped around one of the trains.
The unveiling event took place on Tuesday 14th May, allowing staff and students to see the design in real-life for the first time and celebrate his achievements.
Rob Black, Canterbury School of Visual Arts (CSVA) tutor commended Rhys for his achievements and said: “We are incredibly proud of Rhys for his design being wrapped on a Eurotunnel train. Rhys worked incredibly hard and put his skills to the test during our live project, and all of his work really paid off. He is a talented young designer in the making.”
CSVA pride themselves on working with people and companies in the creative arts industries and allowing their students to get a feel for the world of work.
Congratulations to Rhys on his winning design.