Street Prints Ōtautahi – Christchurch International Street Art Festival
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Street Prints Ōtautahi 2017
International Street Art Festival Christchurch

Street Prints Ōtautahi’s name is inspired by ‘Street Prints’ the imagery of leaving artistic footprints throughout the Streets and Ōtautahi the Maori name for Christchurch. This festival is to express the joining of art, land and sea and, by extension, to symbolise all aspects of street art being apart of the community and the community being apart of street art.

Mural Teaser
Creation of Murals
Mural Completion

KIA ATAWHAI KI TE IWI OR CARE FOR THE PEOPLE

Artists involved in Street Prints Ōtautahi

Ampparito – Madrid / Spain // Dside – Wellington / NZ // Fin DAC – Dublin / Ireland // Cinzah – Napier / NZ // Claire Foxton – Sydney / Australia // Cracked Ink – Whanganui / NZ // Kevin Ledo – Montreal / Canada // Erika Pearce – Auckland / NZ // Kell Sunshine – Wellington / NZ //

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