Nippon Paint and R.E.A.L Schools paint walls inspired by murals in Penang and Ipoh

Nippon Paint Malaysia has collaborated with R.E.A.L Schools for the creation of six murals inspired by the artwork in Penang and Ipoh. R.E.A.L Schools aims to create a stimulating and conducive environment for students, as well as to pave the way for the students to further develop their creative talents.

The murals at R.E.A.L Schools are coated with Nippon Paint’s paint range and are also testament to R.E.A.L Schools, Cheras campus’ dedication in the field of arts and design. According to R.E.A.L Schools, the murals are a reflection of R.E.A.L’s commitment to inspire students to explore lessons beyond books and classrooms. In addition, the murals also aim to educate students on global monuments and landmarks.

This is the second collaboration between Nippon Paint and R.E.A.L Education Group. In 2015, Nippon Paint repainted the R.E.A.L Kids Bukit Jelutong centre in conjunction with the launch of Nippon Paint’s eco-friendly paint VirusGuard.

Goh Chee Leong, CEO of R.E.A.L Education Group said through this collaboration with Nippon Paint, the management has been able to provide educators and students with an opportunity to push creative boundaries through the painting of the murals. He added that this also comes in line with the school’s vision to prepare students for the fourth and fifth industrial revolutions.

Meanwhile, Gladys Goh, group general manager of Nippon Paint Malaysia said the company understands the importance of students developing a sense of innovation and creative thinking and aims to create a vibrant environment for students to study and interact in.

“This is why we constantly inspire them to express themselves and be adventurous by exploring through colours, and create ideas that are outstanding and push conventional boundaries. Through our end-to-end coatings solutions which cover all types of surfaces, we are able to work with R.E.A.L Schools to bring the 3D mural art to life on various wall surfaces,” she added.