Friday, July 10, 2009

Ralphe Engle: Songwriter/singer

Ralphe Engle is a delightful young man with the world at his feet.
He has at least 30 original songs, the lyrics are taken from his heart, the voice is superb. Ralph’s debut electronica single available worldwide on iTunes, and,, and

More on Ralphe at

Sara Bonner: Artist

Sara Bonner is an experimental young artist residing in Auckland, New Zealand.
Descending from Niuean and European bloodlines, Bonner had a mixed ethnic upbringing, and has
harnessed that into an understanding and appreciation of cultural arts.

Bonner enjoys using a vast array of mediums ranging from oil, tempura, enamel, spray paint, house hold interior acrylic,
children's poster paint, and anything else she can use to produce an image.

With an interest in graphic design, photography, sculpture, architecture, film and installation;
Bonner's main interest and passion lies within popular culture and the artistic culture-jamming rise against modern
society's excessive involvement in mass media and its consumption.
She has a range of t-shirt designs too, check out below:

You can see more of Sara's work on

Kylie McKenzie: Graphic Artist and DJ

Kylie has an unsual talent creating images, she also draws fonts for poster art work, here is a selection of her work:

Please feel free to contact Kylie for freelance graphic design work by going to

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Free Workshops happening in Auckland City for Culture and Arts

Writer's on Mondays:
A discussion on multimedia and the word with Helen Sword and poet laureate Michele Leggott, led by lecturer, poet and novelist, Jack Ross.
Where: Auckland Art Gallery, Art Lounge, cnr Wellesley and Loren Streets, CBD
When: Noon. Free

Atamira: Maori in the City
A three day celebration of Maori creativity and enterprise.
Where: ASB Showgrounds, Greenlane
When: Until Sunday 10 am. to 4 p.m. Free

City Designer's Markets:
Alternative fashion precinct.
Where: Ellen Melville Hall, cnr High Street and Freyberg Place, CBD
Every Friday 9 am. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Free