Great site to pooozle the street posters of Amsterdam. Posters in Amsterdam One thing we have noticed over the years is that the quality of poster design in New Zealand is improving everyday.
Last night we headed down to the opening night of Public Access 5. An exhibition that’s put on every year by Cut Collective and other collaborating artists. This year it is in the silo 6 pack in Wynard Quarter on Auckland’s waterfront. It was a balmy night, great crew, cold beer, hot pizza… and a show that […]
Some of us have been in Melbourne recently. Lucky for us “the City of Melbourne recognises the importance of street art in contributing to a vibrant urban culture”. Unlike an art gallery, the smell here lingers between urine and fresh paint. And the art, as a result, is not like what you would find hanging on […]
The Cut Collective are in Wellington and Auckland painting some huge billboards with Nokia. Follow their progress, daily pics. Not a bad office.
Mates since school, local talent Cinzah Merkens and Karl Sheridan are making a doco. Check the teaser.
Street Art has a rich history. There is a primo article on smashingmag about the development of street art in Berlin. The image below was taken by us while visiting mates in a student town in Germany. The council understands culture. Check the recent over size “unlike” facebook hands in response to a grey’d wall near […]
This new documentary about graffiti artists gets the industry talking about what is “fine art”. We have never really understood the term “fine art” either. Who gets to say if art is “fine” or not. Maybe the price tag decides, surely not as Banksy destroyed that myth. It’s a theme that probably wont stop being debated. In […]
For Wellington locals this is a notorious intersection by the Mt Vic tunnel. Somebody obviously decided enough was enough. One of the finest executions of meaningful “road art” we’ve seen in a while. Props to the maker, whoever you are.