Sounds Like Us 2010 Design Competition Winners - Chris Taylor and Grace Kim
Nothing says Kiwi, or represents our lifestyle better than the barbeque. Its easy-going, no-fuss attitude brings everyone together, whether it's at the beach on Christmas Day, or in your own backyard underneath the summer sun, a great time is guaranteed. An unforgettable slice of New Zealand culture and truly a Kiwi tradition.
The classic Kiwi barbeque represents all that is good about New Zealand culture. Meeting around the bbq with friends and family, with good food, good music and on a sunny day with a cool beer in hand. This is the best part of our New Zealand culture- our classic kiwi summer. This little radio would be perfect in any social environment and, naturally, the logo is on the gas bottle. It is 'powered by Radio New Zealand'.
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Radio Design Competition 2010 and 2011
Reaching far and wide into schools and tertiary institutions the design competition attracted hundreds of students keen to display their Kiwi creative ingenuity and explore why they were passionate about New Zealand culture and what it meant to them to be a Kiwi. The five winning radios are included in the Sounds Like Us exhibition.
These were among the judge's top designs and only narrowly missed out on the prize.(.pdf's)
Sounds Like Us Touring Exhibition
The exhibition is on display at the Ashburton Museum from Saturday 9 December until late March 2018.