Tag Archives: New Zealand

Dress the monuments!

Yarnbombing is fun – that’s a fact. Sculptures in the cities – are not always fun, and this is also a fact which I pointed out some time. And they are grey, and sad. Well, not all of them, but … Continue reading

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Glowing caves

And now for something completely different: The Waitomo Glowworm Caves are located just outside the main Waitomo township on the North Island of New Zealand, and are a famous attraction because of a sizeable population of glowworms that live in … Continue reading

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bringing back the memory at a site of an earthquake

On February 22, 2011, the Christchurch Cathedral in New-Zealand was partly destroyed due to a magnitude 6.3 earthquake. Michael Hewson completed in situ a series of pieces on the former Christchurch Normal School which opened in 1876. This brilliant project is now covering … Continue reading

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Sheepish looks at Hobbiton

This was an image familiar to millions of people around the whole world even if they had not been even close to thinking of visiting New Zealand – anyone who’s seen “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, and especially the … Continue reading

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