Captured in a short video that clocks in just under 13 minutes, creative maverick Simon Manchipp takes on audience questions at the YCC UK lecture on Visual Arts.
The YCC UK lecture series continues with artist and designer Aitor Throup, who traces his creative path and very personal connection to symbols, problem-solving and…football.
Fresh ideas get around with a new YCC lecture series in the UK – and, soon, enjoyed everywhere else.
As many YCC winners know, winning is only the beginning. Here’s but one example: Lubica Mildeová’s exclusive YCC work experience in a top fashion studio on a very high-profile project.
YCC 2012 students in Hungary got the chance to see where their talent might lead them – and enjoy themselves in the company of leading creative professionals.
A creative design summer internship at GM headquarters in the US of A? Now this is the stuff dreams are made of…
As applied arts students from all over Europe go to work on YCC 2012, previous winners like Pierre Valdivielso are still enjoying the rewards.
Two YCC 2011 winners were invited to sweat on the set of a Chevrolet Camaro photo shoot – and got some hands-on experience to go.
YCC 2011 Visual Arts winner Sofia Stergiopoulou enjoys her YCC behind-the-scenes work experience in London and brings her own perspective to the bustling design capital.
Since winning YCC 2008 in Fashion, Melanie Winkler has been hard at work on her blossoming Méla by Meli label. She takes a break to fill us in and share a tip or two with this year’s YCC participants.
Jungeun Eom, top YCC 2010 Winner, Fashion, got to go behind-the-scenes with buzzing British fashion brand Lipsy as part of her award.
For Neven Mihić, a YCC 2008 winner in fashion, the chance to design for Chevrolet came again – only this time, for a very different kind of runway.
YCC Winners know that Young Creative Chevrolet is about more than flexing creative muscles. YCC can open doors – the big, bright and hard-to-find kind.
This year Chevrolet is sponsoring Underground Catwalk 2010 … one of Berlin Fashion Week’s most innovative and exciting fashion shows that takes place onboard a moving underground train.
If you've ventured down to the Geneva Motor Show recently, you may have seen some familiar dresses on the Chevrolet models. The hostesses on the Chevrolet stand were wearing the dress created by 2009 Young Creative Chevrolet European fashion winner, Erica Fuschini.
Jakub Vlcek and Juliana Krizova, from the Faculty of Arts at J. E. Purkyne University in Czech Republic, won the photography discipline in 2009. Here they tell us in their own words, why they took part in the competition and what they gained from the experience.
Two years ago, the School of Visual Arts of Biel and Berne decided to enter the Young Creative Chevrolet contest for the first time and have participated successfully ever since. Now as the competition enters its fourth year, we took the opportunity to speak to Sven Weber, teacher in graphic design and coordinator of the graphic design classes, about his thoughts on Young Creative Chevrolet.
"This contest paved the way for fruitful collaborations with these talented new artists. This year showed a great diversity of projects with a wide variety of graphic style."