A closeup of the wonderful Tjalling is innocent – the new Christchurch Art Gallery Outer Spaces work on the back of COCA, Worcester Street. Phantom Billstickers printed 612 A0 sheets, each unique. “Stunning viewing from Worcester Boulevard, it is also worth a closer inspection, as an intriguing selection of images reveal themselves through rips and tears in each of five paper layers.” It looks like a familiar Christchurch City Libraries heritage map/plan, but which one? Tuesday 28 August 2012. (Update: After a bit of cartographical detective work, I reckon it’s the famous 1850 Black Map of Christchurch).
The Peterborough Street police art now has a heart. Saturday 25 August 2012.
The irony of an anti-tagging tag. Colombo Street. Friday 24 August 2012.
There is something pleasing to the eye about watching people emerge into the light after
walking through this shipping container walkway on Colombo Street. Friday 24 August 2012.
Graffiti on St Asaph Street. Thursday 23 August.
Boxes on Welles Street. Thurday 23 August 2012.
A trashed empty site on Welles Street. Thurday 23 August 2012.
More on Welles Street. Thursday 23 August 2012.
View of Science Alice / Railway station clocktower from St Asaph Street. Thursday 23 August 2012.
Sitting on St Asaph Street. Thursday 23 August 2012.
Mural on St Asaph Street – Tradestaff building – takes shape. Mural by Wongi as seen on table. Thursday 23 August 2012.
Re:START Mall, Monday 20 August.