SUBMIT

The comptition may be over, but you still have a chance to kake a diffierence.

If you have any great ideas of how to reuse a vuvuzela, we still want to see them.
We’ll still upload it to the blog and you may still get a chance to freature in our national exhibition.

Submit your videos, photos or sketches here, please include your name and surname in the body of the email.

They could just make us laugh, or they could to be turned into reality by community artists and craftsmen.

They’ll get all the proceeds. You’ll get all the glory.

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7 Responses to “SUBMIT”

  1. Inge Prins July 16, 2010 at 1:35 pm #

    Hi – when is your deadline ?

    thanks
    Inge

    • wozelaadmin July 16, 2010 at 2:13 pm #

      Hi Inge,

      The deadline is 30 September 2010, this may seem like far away, but it is really important that you get you idea in first as repeated ideas are not considered for the competition.

      The winner will be selected by both the approval rating (thumbs ups or downs) and by the practicality and usefulness of the idea. So, the sooner you get your idea up on the blog, the better chance you have of getting the most “thumbs ups” and thus the better chance you have of winning!

      Good luck!

      Regards,
      WoZela

      • megan July 28, 2010 at 2:05 pm #

        Hey I just submitted mine – hope you like it xx

  2. Thomas Burke October 21, 2010 at 12:34 am #

    I suggest planting the vuvuzelas mouth piece down about 100mm into the ground beside a seed potato. the funnel top of the vuvuzela will collect any rainfall and deliver it to the new roots of the potato plant (or other food crop) (instead of allowing it to run off) The volume within the vuvuzela can hold the water until it can be released and absorbed slowly into the ground The young plants can be tied to the rising stem of the vuvuzela for additional support when growing

  3. Mirella Renata Andrade November 12, 2010 at 8:33 pm #

    You can reuse as regulators of water for small plantings.
    small plantations in Brazil now use plastic bottles for regulating the amount of water and time for some plantings that require moist ground.

  4. Mirella Renata Andrade November 12, 2010 at 8:45 pm #

    is possible by decorating the city with Christmas trees worked with the vuvuzelas, where the open portion directed to the outside, next to one another to form a circle and thus build a tree with internal lighting.

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