WITH THE SILO AS A METAPHOR, THIS INSTALLATION IS AN INSIGHT INTO A ROUGH SLEEPER’S PERCEPTION OF THE CITY. A PHYSICAL AND MENTAL TRANSITION FROM “LIVING TO MERELY EXISTING”.
Craig stands alone in the centre of the Silo, surrounded by the housing Monopoly.
The spotlight is on his shoes, his most important asset for moving around the city. Through his transition into rough sleeping, houses have become trivialised, distant and irrelevant. He is more preoccupied with his internal headspace, and his day to day existence.
Visitors are encouraged to dwell within the Silo: a space to consider the transition between a physical and fixed definition of home, and an internalised and unfixed condition; “homeness”.
We met Craig during dinner at Auckland City Mission, where he shared his story with us. Through Craig’s insight, this installation aims to challenge the word “homelessness”.
Community Law Wellington and Hutt Valley provides legal services to meet unmet legal needs within the community.
For this project, a series of booklets, a sympathetic visual language was utilised to deliver important information during stressful and life-changing times.
Lag Law is a basic guide to help you better understand the laws that affect you when you are incarcerated. It is not only for people in prison, but for the whānau and wider community.
Your Pregnancy Rights provides legal information for all pregnant women and their families. This booklet contains answers to legal questions that might come up if you are pregnant. It is written mainly for young women, but also answers questions faced by young men when they find out that their partner, or their ex-partner, is pregnant.
Exploring the notion of space and place within the urban context - a graphic investigation into how we perceive and interact with the built environment that we inhabit. Visual cues are extracted from the chosen space, an inner city multi-level car park. Through processes of deconstruction and reconstruction a visual language is formulated and reinserted to show the space in a new light.
Subtle, sexy and comfortable. Now or Never essential styles offer smooth lines to compliment whatever you choose to wear. All garments are made with quality silk fabrics that feel luxurious against your body, because it's what's underneath counts.
Made with love in Wellington, New Zealand.
Photo - Louise Hatton
Wellington In A Box is a gift box showcasing the best of the small but perfectly formed artisan food producers that make Wellington a city of innovation and craft.
The perfect gift for a special friend, loved one, colleague or client, Wellington In A Box really is the top of the line in gift boxes.
A Wellington In A Box gift is packed to the brim with beautifully designed, utterly delectable and thoroughly artisanal food.
August 13 is a celebration of craft, creativity and innovation - an adventure of ideas where process is equally important as outcome. Operating as an exhibition space, design space and cafe, August 13 aims to support and encourage engagement within the Wellington creative community, as well as serving simple fresh food & coffee. Package design for August 13 hand-tempered chocolate celebrates craft and individuality – every chocolate wrapper is truly unique.
Archery Tag is an exciting new sport which combines the intensity and excitement of dodgeball and paintball while using the skill-set of archery. Using soft foam-tipped arrows, they leave no bruising or marks, making it fun and safe!