Infinite Possibilities

  •  Broker Brothers X Ralph Blake
  •  5’10 x 19 x 2 1/4
  •  Rounded Pin @ 28L
  •  Made in Gisborne, Aotearoa NZ.

Yours,

- BB

How to:

Stick a bit of community spirit on your car…

(and instil envy of thy neighbour)

- a visual tutorial by Broker Brothers.

Yours,

BB

A message to my home town of Whangarei:

I dream of standing at the top of a grassy knoll in the town basin watching the boats and the children play.

This is not the end, it is the beginning…

Hundertwasser left all humanity a gift, part of that gift were plans to heal a building in Whangarei. His legacy is greater than the Whangarei District Council. Freedom of expression, connection with ourselves, each other and nature, organic, colour, diversity.

It is inevitable the Hundertwasser Arts Centre will be built in Whangarei because the people will make it happen.

I have a wheel burrow, who’s keen?

" When we dream alone it is only a dream,but when many dream together it is the beginning of a new reality. "

- Friedensreich Hundertwasser

Whangarei is Hundertwasser.

Yours,

- BB

Sense of Place Study: Wairoa, Aotearoa NZ.

The long lost and forgotten art of sign writing. 

Sigh,

- BB

BB Beyond Branding —->

Creation, Evolution = Revolution.

Create a dynamic system that never stops creating.

Yours,

- BB

Single Fins of Fury

KORU FLAG FOR NEW ZEALAND, 1983

Thank you Friedrich Hundertwasser

Much love,

- BB

Fresh from the BB Laboratory:

A new shit flag for Aotearoa, NZ

I am always driving past things in the NZ countryside that I make a mental note to photograph. This house on the outskirts of Paeroa is such a thing. Every time I drive past it I think to myself, I must take a photo of that and continue driving…

On this very occasion I had the luxurious position of sitting in the passengers (long story about the night before at the Master Blenders 60th) seat so took the opportunity to actually take the mentally noted photo.

Unfortunately the camera was set to Aperture priority releasing a longer shutter speed and resulting in a blurred image. The moral of this story is this: there is no moral to this story.

I like the photo as is, blurred and imperfect.

Normally i would have squared it up nice in proper and got it pin sharp, but it wasn’t to be. The photo looks odd, which is why I wanted to take the photo of the odd house sitting in it’s odd landscape in the first place.

But that’s enough from me.
- BB