Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail will see 200 life-sized fibreglass Oor Wullie sculptures taking to the streets of Scotland’s major cities to raise vital funds for the nation’s children’s hospital charities. From June 17, for eleven weeks, over 1 million people will take part in this dynamic public art trail. Each of the 200 sculptures will be individually decorated by artists, each reflecting an expression of Scotland’s unique cultural identity.
In addition to the sculptures being individually designed using traditional media, there is real scope to create a visionary, visually bold, expressive and memorable design and offer something truly unique to this and future Wild in Art campaigns.
A nationwide PR & Media campaign will accompany Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail and the successful submission will receive an exclusive coverage.
DC Thomson and Wild in Art are delighted to announce a £20,000 opportunity to develop, design and construct a unique Oor Wullie sculpture. One which incorporates creative innovation and technology as part of the world’s first nationwide public art trail, Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail.
They invite proposals from creative groups and individuals, including but not limited to, academia and industry, engineers, architects, product and industrial designers,
sculptors, builders, games industry, technologists, artists and makers of all kinds.
We want michty big ideas that will transform the original OWBBT sculpture into a unique, ambitious, and spectacular product. The winning design will receive a production budget of £20,000 as well as support from consultants and artists, to ensure the concept is delivered to the exacting standards required of work to be installed in public spaces.
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