Great images, everyone. Michael Jeans' Fish & Chip shop had that wow factor, amongst so many others ... and I've been hanging around waiting to get the photos back from the chemist.
Anyway here's two from Victoria Park environs ...
1. Double / triple / might have been a quadruple exposure.
2. Under the flyover, so does that make this the flyunder?
rather than Blow Up
Spooky! I was looking at the trailer just the other day …
“I thought you were supposed to be in Paris?”
“I am in Paris.”
Unlaminated treaties, Waitangi gift shop.
Oh, what William Colenso could have done with a laminator …
And that’s a lovely car, Joe.
clicked on one link, stayed until all photos looked at and captions read
James Young’s account of life as Nico’s Keyboardist, Songs They Never Play On The Radio is hilarious.
The scene where Cale meets John Cooper Clarke is priceless.
"Hark, hark, the dogs do bark,
the beggars are coming to town;
some in rags,
and some in jags,
and one ... in The Velvet Underground"
Here's John Cale at the Gluepot on that very tour. More here.
Great work Jackson, and everyone else too. Here’s some pieces from the Mangawhau zone, all are gone now. The colour shots are from mid-2000 and were on the walls of the Carter Holt MDF factory site. I know Robyn was also fond of Ligga’s portrait of David Lange in upper Symonds St, which went up around 2005-2006.
Time flies. Overheard last night at the opening:
Teenager: "Who's that?"
Parent: "Kurt Cobain"
Anyway, the exhibition is great – almost too much to take in with one visit. It’s surprisingly (to me anyway) big on ‘alternative’ music. Then, once you’re done: exit through the pop-up shop.
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