Sunday, July 17, 2011

New drawings, things of interest.

Thank you for taking the time to view.


Certain people's opinions.

New Tattoo

Healed photos of Jordan's Satanic clock with wings and Sugar skull.

Thank you for your skin.

I am pleased with aspects of this tattoo but felt the face of clock could have been better.
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Friday, July 15, 2011

The 50 year Storm

3m swell, Nor' West wind. Drove to the Coromandel. arrived at 1am, surfed 3 foot semi-secret with 25 knot offshores. Drove home.


It's not cold in the Jungle.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Open for opinions?

Otis Frizzell joins street art campaign

Jul 7th, 2011 | By | Category: Arts/Entertainment, Latest News, News

POLICE are launching a new street art campaign in Cuba St’s Left Bank with renowned street artist Otis Frizzell.

The stencil (above) is modelled on Kylie Schaare, a detective in the child protection team.

Tonight the image will come to life with the aid of a light installation projecting the image of an offender above the stencil.

“I’m amazed at Otis’ talent” says Ms Schaare. “It’s a bit unusual having a police recruitment campaign in such an urban environment but it’s turned out very good.”

Otis thinks that the campaign is very good, though he found it unusual that the police were approaching him to start with.

“But I’m down with the cops, they’re all good,” says Otis.

Otis compared the work to that of the notorious London street artist Banksy,who is renowned for using his satirical stencil street art as a means of social commentary.

“Graffiti is often seen as a common scourge, so we’re flipping convention on its head,” says Otis.

The campaign is targeting 18 to 25 year-olds and is looking for young professionals and those who look outside the square.

Ms Schaare has been a police officer for more than 12 years and has been a detective in the Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) for the past 10.

Otis and the street art will also be heading to Auckland and Christchurch where similar stencils will be painted.

In Christchurch the stencil will be of a policeman pulling two survivors out of earthquake rubble and in Auckland of two policewomen chasing offenders.

Otis Frizzell is the son of celebrated New Zealand artist Dick Frizzell.

New paintings

Here are some new painting/drawings. Some are acceptable and some are not. Some were painted in Indo, some were painted at home.


Self explanatory.
Fucken Gutted ay.

Annoying Polish.
Concrete Pills.
Singing songs that Manta Rays like.