Christchurch Brick Show – Sunday 15 July

I love the Brick Show. It rules – like a big art feast, all done with LEGO bricks.


2018 in pictures: July

Bowker Fountain.

Wellington Paranormal.

Queen Victoria.

ChristChurch Cathedral.

Chocolate Day.

Inception in the BNZ Centre.

Citizen’s Memorial.

Fiona Farrell in Victoria Square.

Armagh Street.

Crowne Plaza.

Work at the Christchurch Convention Centre.

Working at Tūranga.

Working at The Press.

The Crossing, reopened.

Hints of Spring.

Arts Centre.

Christchurch Art Gallery.



COCA  makings.

Cashel La

Cookai Sushi on the train.

C1 Espresso.



Primo et secundo.

Methven views. 

Terry Denton and Andy Griffiths, WORD Christchurch.

High Street.


Bird on a wire.

High Street.

Tuam Street.

Night blue.

2018 in pictures: May

Place of Hope.

Jeff Kinney.

Art at Linwood Library.

Rollickin’ Gelato.

Booty from the Great Op Shop in Buchan Street.

BB8 in Cashel Mall.

Christchurch Art Gallery.

Tony Delautour.

Tukutuku panels.

Field of Remembrance.

Fashion and Versailles.

Neat use of historical images on St Asaph Street.

Town bunny.

Ghost sign on Manchester Street (was the fish supply).

CROP Project : Flash intervention. I loved this work, it has evolved since the days it went up.


Bird nest.

Ronnie van Hout art at Christchurch Art Gallery.

We do this – a great exhibition that I keep going back to do.

Reflections on Manchester Street.


Stoked to see a new crop of Barnes Dance crossings opening on Manchester Street. I’m a fan.

Shelfie at Raw Sugar Cafe, Manchester Street.