Beyond the Rubble

Street art and fashion

In Toronto, I was all about finding interesting walls, often returning to Graffiti Alley for inspiration. Street art in Christchurch has become somewhat of a symbol and has come to represent the city in more ways than anyone could’ve ever imagined. Constantly changing, I’m delighted whenever a new piece or installation crops up. As an integral part of the rebuild, local and international artists have been commissioned by the city to create works to beautify the rubble and bring people back to the central city.

When I first came across this pink and orange spray painted wall, I knew I’d have to return for a wee outfit shoot. Spanning an entire parking lot on Manchester Street, I’m drawn to this wall primarily because it features my childhood favourite colours and I love how multi-tonal it is.

If these walls could talk…


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