Category Archives: Art

Cool things in Hamilton & Islington today

These glasses, which the bikie who was wearing them told me are welder’s goggles, they are perfectly round and you can see my reflection in them, this was taken at the rail gates …he told me where he got them … Continue reading

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Bicycle mural

This mural by Trevor Dickinson, which is found in the tunnel leading from Newcastle Beach to Pacific Park, is just such a superb iconic representation of Newcastle beach culture. From the roped fence separating the beach from the road (a … Continue reading

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Very nice fixie

I have featured this bike before as a form of art, but this time I am looking at it in more detail, as it has some interesting features…The lights, frontand rear ….not very clear photo, unfortunately, but you can see … Continue reading

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The bicycle as an art form

The first thing I noticed about this bike was that it was silver, then I noticed that the tyres were also (mostly) silver and that it had a flat… And then I noticed that it was not locked up. I … Continue reading

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The bicycle as art form

During the daytime …¬†and at night There is a cafe in Beaumont Street with this bike in the window at night. I went there during the day once and it was also there, it seems like it is a permanent … Continue reading

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The bicycle as art form – bike shadow

This was done at Bar Beach a few years ago. It is a great way to raise awareness of bikes in the city, as well as decorating an otherwise ugly and uninteresting wall.

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Bicycles in Newcastle: The bike as art form

There is a cafe in Hamilton with this bike in it It is in the cafe during the day time and at night and when the cafe is closed it is IN THE WINDOW! So this is a great use … Continue reading

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