Sarah Parkinson Auckland Mountain Study

Sarah Parkinson’s illustration of five iconic Auckland mountains is abstract and geometric in its presentation but each form is immediately recognisable making it a very striking image that can be hung is many different spaces. The mountains are from top to bottom MAUNGAKIEKIE (One Tree Hill), MAUNGAREI (Mt. Wellington), OWAIRAKA (Mt. Albert), MAUNGAWHAU (Mt Eden) […]

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Holly Roach Original Artworks

These works come from Holly Roach’s 2018 exhibition ‘Same Same’, based around ideas of perceptions, judgments, perceived notions and stereotyping of people. Each portrait is created using the same template of a person and then different elements added to build these individual characters. Here’s an excerpt from the show catalogue written by Holly: “By starting […]

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endemicworld Top 9 Instagram Posts From March

Each month we curate and pool together an IG feed of our favourite posts from the past month, we let you know what we think is worth the “double tap” so you don’t have to spend endless hours scrolling. Want more rad stuff in your IG feed, follow us @endemicworld 1. @aikorobinson 2. @finn_gerry_wilson 3. @greerclayton 4. @jayhutchinsondwt 5. […]

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5 Collage Artists You Should Know

“Collage-making, for me, is basically an act of painting, allowing me to indulge in an appetite for immediacy.” Abe Ajay, (American artist) Megan Archer A young artist with a distinct painting style, Megan Archer uses collage as a starting point for her oil paintings. A way to get quick ideas down, play around with composition and not […]

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Rakai Karaitiana Limited Edition Screen Prints

Rakai Karaitiana was born and raised in Hastings, Hawke’s Bay and spent entire summers roaming the sand dunes and beaches of his hau kainga, Waimarama. As children, Rakai’s father taught him and his siblings how to surf and as young teenagers would load the family ford falcon station wagon and do road trips up the […]

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