100 bright yellow buckets will be introduced into the Sydney landscape, each of them rendered useless by a hole cut into their bottom. Since the buckets are no longer able to carry water and undertake their functional purpose, they will be used to signpost examples of design that in the photographers opinion, are flawed or counter-productive in some way.
There is no restriction on the content of the photographs, the only condition is that they must contain a bright yellow bucket with the identification number visible.
For inspiration check out - www.theresaholeinmybucket.com
The images wil be uploaded daily and a closing party on Mon 25th August will celebrate the project and award prizes for the most thought provoking and ingenious submissions.
So come in, grab a bucket at start shooting from the hip and highlight something that frustrates you about Sydney and the designed environment we live in.