Paul and Sam Corliss's Street Art Photographs, July 2011

A collection of photographs of street art in Christchurch, taken by Paul and Sam Corliss in July 2011. Paul Corliss is a TEU Branch Organiser at the University of Canterbury.

Last updated
7:03pm 3rd November 2017
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:21741

Paul and Sam Corliss's Street Art Photograph (2011:07:13 04:42:33)
Paul and Sam Corliss's Street Art Photograph (2011:07:13 04:42:33)
A photograph of street art on the wall of a building on Colombo Street. The artwork is by Otis Frizzell and depicts police officer Constable Nao Yoshimizu comforting the grieving relative of an earthquake victim. Constable Yoshimizu acted as liaison officer for the families of Japanese victims of the earthquake. The mural was commissioned by the New Zealand Police as a recruitment advertisement.
Paul and Sam Corliss's Street Art Photograph (2011:07:23 04:17:43)
Paul and Sam Corliss's Street Art Photograph (2011:07:23 04:17:43)
A photograph of a painted building located on the corner of Barbadoes and Kilmore Street. The side of the building has significant damage. The paint displays an address for Piko in red and white. There is also street art depicting a bandaid, with a speech bubble pointing to it that says "You poor thing".
Paul and Sam Corliss's Street Art Photograph (2011:07:23 04:18:07)
Paul and Sam Corliss's Street Art Photograph (2011:07:23 04:18:07)
A photograph of street art at the corner of Barbadoes and Kilmore streets. The artwork depicts a bandaid covering a crack in the building and the words "You poor thing" in a speech bubble. The letters are green with a black outline.