IN: Competition advice


A well-thought-out, detailed technical document goes a long way. We’ve put together a guide to help...


Technical Statement

A technical document should be made up of two sections.

Materials and Equipment

Provide us with a comprehensive list of the materials and equipment you used to create your work of art.


Take us through the construction phase, step by step. You are welcome to go into as much detail as you like. We are fascinated by your process, so if you tried something and it didn’t work, tell us about it.

Mould Making & Casting

Supplementary Documents

Sometimes it’s easier to represent ideas visually. Do you have some sketches, photos, or draft designs you would like to share with us? Go ahead! The more information we have about your entry and your personal design process, the easier it will be for the judges to understand and appreciate your submission.

Concrete TL Speaker

Taking Your Lead from Last Year’s Winners

Last year’s winners, Matrin Bolton and Craig Tyndall, wowed the judges with their piece. However, it wasn’t just the final product that caught our attention, but the duo’s attention to detail every step of the way. Here are a few of the images that Martin and Craig submitted along with their technical statement. It’s time to get inspired!

Initial Concept

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