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This rock'n polyvore set includes the below items from zazzle. Fire, stove poster by brass and fire and Jolly roger necklace by mailbox disco.
Kiwis in Oz have been labelled South Sea Poms and carping kiwis. A survey has shown them to be Australia's unhappiest migrants. Some reasons for feeling this way were, being dissatisfied with their financial situation, feeling discriminated against, not feeling safe. New Zealanders in Australia pay tax but are not entitled to benefits etc when they lose their jobs. As Aussies economy slides, more and more people are hurting. Of course many Kiwi's love Australia too. It is a fantastic country. This design features a black Kiwi with the text "South Sea Pom" and "carping kiwi" written in ripped paper style text. POM refers to "Prisoner of Mother England" and is used to refer to English people in NZ and Australia.
ULTRAMARATHON 50 miles | smile | POLYVORE collage
An ultramarathon or ultra distance sporting events involving running and walking longer than the traditional marathon. This typography design refers to the 50 miler. The word mile has been repeated 50 times and a red strip through the text reveals the word smile. I also have this design for sale for a 100 miler.
ULTRAMARATHON 50 miles | smile An ultramarathon or ultra distance sporting events involving running and walking longer than the traditional marathon. This typography design refers to the 50 miler. The word mile has been repeated 50 times and a red strip through the text reveals the word smile. I also have this design for sale for a 100 miler. Created By Piedaydesigns
A polyvore set based around a skull and cross bones, Jolly roger shirt. Blood and red paint galore, red rings and tartan fabric. A bit of fun.
Fine Art PrintImage size in millimetres: 735 x 480
This print is a superb fine art reproduction. "Mickey to Tiki Tu Meke" is a wonderful print by one of New Zealand's favourite artists, Dick Frizzell. Frizzell has humourously morphed Mickey Mouse into the tiki, a New Zealand design icon. Dick Frizzell (1943- ) studied art at the Canterbury School of Arts from 1960-1964 before working in advertising. Frizzell left advertising to lecture at the Elam School of Fine Arts in Auckland. Dick's print-making is strongly grounded in NZ and in pop culture and his superb technical grasp of the printmaking process has seen him produce some of NZ's most sought after series of prints.
This polyvore set features products from my zazzle stores, see the links below. The Kiwi in the Raupo poster is my newest design.
So, whats this all about?
This blog is a showcase of collages featuring print on demand products.