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We've been busy working on a colourful child and dinosaur circus! Here's a quick sneak preview of some silhouettes made from panels for the foyer of Te Manawa museum's Dinosaur Encounter in Palmerston North from 24 September 2016 – 26 February 2017.

We're heading back for the third time to the InterACT disability arts festival in Auckland, recently, running workshops and drawing murals.

Sophie Pujas, a french writer, has been working on a book about international street artists, for which we were interviewed. We'll post a link once it has been published.

We enjoyed enlivening the walls of Wellington Museum for their 'Block Party' where we drew a street scene and invited guests to draw crazy stuff for jugglers to throw. Looking forward to returning on November 17th for their Steampunk shindig.

We've been busy writing, planning and conceptualising numerous proposals - will let you know how they go.


We recently worked on 25m fashion show runway with a maori design for Miromoda at Pataka Museum, Porirua.

Voyagers is a video which documents our drawing installation at the amazing street art festival Dubai Canvas in the United Arab Emirates. We were excited to be joining other world-reknown street artists for this fantastic event at Jumeirah Beach.

Check out our video The Golden Lens for our interpretation of Nelson's Goldfields as seen by NZ's first female professional photographer Rosaline Frank, for the Nelson Heritage Festival this April.

We created an innovative installation and school workshops entitled Once Upon An Ocean for the New Zealand Maritime Museum in Auckland which runs from Feb to May 2016. We also performed here again for White Night and you can see a video Figurehead which shows heaps of people enjoying the nights festivities.

Our third time to Porirua's Festival of the Elements next on Waitangi Day Feb 6th, saw a great fossil of a Taniwha being uncovered on the Te Rauparaha Arena.

Whakatane welcomed us with open arms for their for their Summer Arts Festival where we told origin stories of early Whakatane.

We had a great time at our local Te Omanga Hospice working with Mary Brownlow, running open drawing sessions for patients and carers.