Wantana, are you trying to scam me? Spam me? If this is how you do it, please keep them coming…

Real democracy needs to include everyone. Democracy = Collaboration. Let’s build it together. ♥ #Loomio http://thndr.it/NyrLO2

This is really awesome. Please check out this project, I think it has the potential to make some huge, positive changes

Real democracy needs to include everyone. Democracy = Collaboration. Let’s build it together. ♥ #Loomio http://thndr.it/NyrLO2

This is really awesome. Please check out this project, I think it has the potential to make some huge, positive changes

This is a matchbox I decorated for Amnesty International’s Strike exhibition. It’s ‘an exhibition and auction of art created on Beehive matchboxes that celebrates the humble match to raise funds for Amnesty International. It features artists, designers, jewellery makers, fashion designers, sculptors and crafty sorts. This year we’ll be exhibiting and auctioning over 75 tiny works of art’. This is some more of a hundred million things but rather more stream of consciousness and garbled 

Check out the work here and here

Haraklōn #2 - Cube/hexahedron

Haraklōn #2 - Cube/hexahedron

Haraklōn #1 - Tetrahedron

Haraklōn #1 - Tetrahedron

Haraklōn

Haraklōn is a project that attempts to tie together two technologies and cultures - Maori and ancient Greek. Models of five polyhedra know as the Platonic solids are created using sticks lashed together.

Sticks and harakeke are collected on a walk along trails of Mount Victoria, Wellington. Harakeke is gathered as needed, and cut with a shell found in Breaker Bay. Maori customs are followed as closely as I understand, and are informed by library books, and (I’m on the search for) traditional teachers. The solids are made ideally in one sitting

The name Haraklōn is a neologism, combining harakeke (New Zealand flax) with the Greek word klōn, meaning branch or twig (and is also the root word of ‘cloning’) The whole project is a follow on from pastings and street art I’ve made, with a natural materials twist. I’ve realised that so much of what I’ve produced gets removed, degraded, or broken down. Keeping with this, these objects are left at spots along Mt Victoria trails, for nature to take its course

I’ve started up a couple of occasional tumblrs you might be interested in. mountvictoria chronicles my adventures around Mt Victoria, Wellington. audible glimpse records parts of conversations I’ve overheard and found interesting. Explore your surroundings /// don’t wear headphones. It’s a giving world

1: A photo of me at Chronophonium. It was really awesome and I had a great time
2: A photo of Matthew Goode (super babe from A Single Man) who a new person I met said I looked like

Unrelated pics, but both really good(e)

A new necklace, made from… some kind of round threaded dial I found. I like circles

a hundred million things


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