Find out what it takes to win the Byron Bike Rack Project
Want to enter in the Byron Bike Rack Project? Good news! We've extended the entry date. You now have an extra week to get creative and finalise your designs for submission. Entries close Monday January 29th.
We're releasing a series of videos featuring the judges of the Byron Bike Rack Project. Each judge will be revealing what it takes to win the competition in their eyes.
We've hand-picked these local judges as they're respected within their industry...Be that art, design and environmental initiative. Each judge shares a passion for their local area and community.
Meet Dan Smith, Dan is a founder of Clean Coast Collective, an environmental community organisation raising public awareness of marine debris and coastal pollution through beach clean up events and campaigns. Being in the space of recycling, waste and minimising single use materials, find out what Dan would like to see in a sculptural bike rack for the town of Byron.
About The Byron Bike Rack Project
Create sculptural bike racks for the town of Byron - Enter your designs in ‘Byron Bike Rack Project’ competition
Calling all Northern Rivers artists, designers, artistic teams… and bike riders!
Dream up a set of sculptural bike racks for the town of Byron and you could be funded $20k to bring the project to life and see them used in our town.
Byron Bike Rack Project is a community initiative by local independent brewery Stone & Wood, in partnership with the Byron Shire Council. Encouraging the locals of Byron Bay and its visitors to ride, rather than drive, the competition aims to create a set of public art installations that are functional and look good for the town of Byron!
Entries close: 29 January 2018
Meet The Other Judges
Meet Marty Johnston, a second generation local cabinet maker with an incredible eye for well handcrafted furniture. Marty is our second judge of the Byron Bike Rack Project. Here's what he would like to see in a design:
Meet Jess Leitmanis, Stone & Wood graphic designer, a sculpture artist and our first Judge of the Byron Bike Rack Project. See what interests Jess in a well designed sculptural bike rack: