AUSTRALIA’S latest fishbowl challenge is set to become the first in the world to feature two fishbowls of different sizes, making it a unique opportunity to introduce the concept of down syndrome clothing to the public.
The challenge was created by Australian Down Syndrome Food and Drink Club and is one of the first of its kind in the country.
The goal is to make sure every person has access to the fishbowl and the fish bowl is an integral part of the challenge.
The fishbowl was designed by Melbourne-based designer David Witherspoon and the team have already made some of the most successful fishbowl designs available to people who need it.
The Australian Down syndrome Food and Wine Club’s (ADFSWC) David Wetherspoon is the designer behind the new fishbowl design.
Mr Withersons fishbowl has a length of around 20 centimetres and the dimensions of the two fish bowls are 22cm apart.
MrWitherspoons design includes a pair of large, white fish bowls that are about an eighth of the length of the fish and the two sides are separated by a large fish hook that goes around the back of the bowl.
The design has been a hit with consumers and a large number of people are currently involved in the challenge, which will run from July 1.
The first challenge was won by former Australian football player Shane Shutt, who has been battling a rare form of cancer for a decade.
It is believed the fish bowls have a capacity of 200 litres and the challenge will be run in conjunction with the Cancer Society.