Vote for your favourite Magic Yellow Bus artwork design


The Magic Yellow Bus is getting a face lift and we need your help to choose the new design!

You can vote on your favourite, or tell us the element of design that you like the best from our selection of four artworks on display here.

Background

The Magic Yellow Bus is a free activities and community information service held at local parks for children aged 0-12 years and their families. The Magic Yellow Bus supports children with their families to develop language and literacy skills, extend their imagination in a fun environment, develop numeracy and cognitive skills, develop social and emotional skills, and learn to listen and communicate. Families have the opportunity to connect with each other as well as access local community and parenting information, all in a safe and inclusive environment.

For the past 40 years the various Magic Yellow Bus vehicles have been painted with a fun design, reflective of the users of the service.

The Design

Last year we received great feedback when we asked users what image they would like to see painted on the side of the Magic Yellow Bus. The common themes were put into a design brief and Dulwich High School of Visual Arts and Design, The Design Centre Enmore and our in house graphic designer Adam Davidson were approached to contribute artwork. Dulwich High School held a design competition and the winner and runner-up’s designs are displayed here.

Design 1 - Dulwich High School of Visual Arts and Design student

Design 2 - Dulwich High School of Visual Arts and Design student

Design 3 - Andy Walker, Design Centre Enmore student

Design 4 - Adam Davidson, local Graphic designer and Council employee

Have your say

What artwork or design elements do you think best represent the Magic Yellow Bus? Tell us your thoughts by completing the submission form below.

What happens next

All feedback will be taken on board!

The final design will be one of the images pictured here or a culmination of elements from the artworks. The design may be altered to fit the truck dimensions, to suit the needs of the users and to meet the objectives of the Magic Yellow Bus philosophy.

Further information

Please contact Brooke Kleinhans via email for further information

You can also track the Magic Yellow Bus and its whereabouts by checking in at the bottom of the Inner West Council website homepage on a weekday morning or subscribing to Council's twitter feed


The Magic Yellow Bus is getting a face lift and we need your help to choose the new design!

You can vote on your favourite, or tell us the element of design that you like the best from our selection of four artworks on display here.

Background

The Magic Yellow Bus is a free activities and community information service held at local parks for children aged 0-12 years and their families. The Magic Yellow Bus supports children with their families to develop language and literacy skills, extend their imagination in a fun environment, develop numeracy and cognitive skills, develop social and emotional skills, and learn to listen and communicate. Families have the opportunity to connect with each other as well as access local community and parenting information, all in a safe and inclusive environment.

For the past 40 years the various Magic Yellow Bus vehicles have been painted with a fun design, reflective of the users of the service.

The Design

Last year we received great feedback when we asked users what image they would like to see painted on the side of the Magic Yellow Bus. The common themes were put into a design brief and Dulwich High School of Visual Arts and Design, The Design Centre Enmore and our in house graphic designer Adam Davidson were approached to contribute artwork. Dulwich High School held a design competition and the winner and runner-up’s designs are displayed here.

Design 1 - Dulwich High School of Visual Arts and Design student

Design 2 - Dulwich High School of Visual Arts and Design student

Design 3 - Andy Walker, Design Centre Enmore student

Design 4 - Adam Davidson, local Graphic designer and Council employee

Have your say

What artwork or design elements do you think best represent the Magic Yellow Bus? Tell us your thoughts by completing the submission form below.

What happens next

All feedback will be taken on board!

The final design will be one of the images pictured here or a culmination of elements from the artworks. The design may be altered to fit the truck dimensions, to suit the needs of the users and to meet the objectives of the Magic Yellow Bus philosophy.

Further information

Please contact Brooke Kleinhans via email for further information

You can also track the Magic Yellow Bus and its whereabouts by checking in at the bottom of the Inner West Council website homepage on a weekday morning or subscribing to Council's twitter feed


Vote for your favourite Magic Yellow Bus design