Chorus cabinet takes different direction

THE FINAL CHORUS: The cabinet is in Childers Road east of Te Wananga o Aotearoa. Picture by Liam Clayton

THE final Chorus design cabinet design has gone up and it takes a different direction to the previous four.

In those four, Amie Coker created a stylised depiction of Turanganui a Kiwa-Poverty Bay, Julianne Poninghouse painted a Kaiti Beach scene, Troy Conole’s digital design is of a Gisborne surf break while Kelly Spencer produced a striking typographical design.

First year Toihoukura student Kahu Su’s imagery draws on icons, largely from American popular culture. It features stencil-like paintings of rock stars such as Michael Jackson, Bob Marley, Jimi Hendrix and Cat Stevens against a celestial backdrop.

THE final Chorus design cabinet design has gone up and it takes a different direction to the previous four.

In those four, Amie Coker created a stylised depiction of Turanganui a Kiwa-Poverty Bay, Julianne Poninghouse painted a Kaiti Beach scene, Troy Conole’s digital design is of a Gisborne surf break while Kelly Spencer produced a striking typographical design.

First year Toihoukura student Kahu Su’s imagery draws on icons, largely from American popular culture. It features stencil-like paintings of rock stars such as Michael Jackson, Bob Marley, Jimi Hendrix and Cat Stevens against a celestial backdrop.

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