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I love all the Keep Calm and Carry On posters and their variations. Below is a New Zealand version that I thought of using a typical Kiwi phrase. The poster below was generated using the Keep Calm-…
Earthquake leaves New Zealand facing a Marmite shortage... and supplies could run out in weeks
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Artist by Nature: Art and Photography by Mandy Hague, Whakatane.
Last Friday I visited a spot on the river a little further down than my usual post. There was a couple of shags fishing and after I sat down to observe a few more arrived. Two were Little Shags (with white on them) and three were Little Black Shags. The Little Black Shags arrived singly but teamed up to hunt as a group which was interesting to watch. The Little Shags were more independent and one quickly made himself known as the boss and privvy to the best spot on the rock, pushing the…
Marmite Spreads and Cubes Definitely Does You Good and You'll Enjoy It Too Giclee Print at Art.co.uk
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This piece is inspired by all things kiwi! I decided from the beginning that this piece needed to be painted as opposed to using an ink pen. 11 hours later I was done! There was something refreshing and quite challenging about only using black and white. It was great hiding little kiwi objects all over the place and I hope you have fun finding them all!!
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Ready to Roll | Series | Television | NZ On Screen
Ready to Roll - In the early 80s Ready to Roll was NZ’s premier TV pop show. It emerged in the pre-music video boom mid-70s hosted by Roger Gascoigne (and later Stu Dennison) with bands and dancers live in the studio. By the early 80s it was a seamless video clip Top 20 countdown — introduced by the Commodores pumping ‘Machine Gun’ — and appointment Saturday evening viewing for music fans (and a regular in the week’s Top 10 rating shows). It then evolved into a brand, got retitled RTR…
New Zealand's version of the red phone box (CIMG9095)
"Telegrams", eh? This was at the old railway station in Little River, a roadside stop on the way from Christchurch to Akaroa.