Holly Goheavily  and the Ghillie Man and Miraculous Ladybug zombie and friends. (First, I wanted to be Frank from Donnie Darko but … and the fur in my eyes was yucky).


Demolition art exhibition

44 Bealey Avenue – a Presbyterian Support Services building – is being demolished. But before it goes, it has hosted an exhibition. The walls were painted, windows were drawn in, and the empty offices played host to installations. We went and took a look on Saturday 18 November. Read Christchurch condemned social services building becomes living art exhibition.

Here are some pics:

The only other pre-demo exhibition I’ve seen happened on Cranford Street in 2014 and it was astonishing.

Saga: 100 Days Project: Day 99

I spotted this Saga street art on Fitzgerald Avenue a week or so ago and couldn’t wait to get up close and take some photos. You can see The Will well, and Ghüs – but there’s obviously a lot more in behind the prefab building. Hopefully when construction is all done, that will move and we can see the Saga street art in all its glory.

PS Saga is one of the coolest comics ever.

 Photos taken 27 August.