Graffiti on a wall in front of the University of Canterbury registry building.
Exterior wall to a house converted from a shop with graffiti along the wall at 334 Madras Street in St Albans.
View of artwork on the northern façade of 40 Connal Street, seen from Radley Park across the Heathcote River.
Street art on the side of a warehouse, Connal Street.
Graffiti art on the wall behind 65 Curries Road.
One of the first post-earthquake graffiti, posted on a still standing wall on Manchester Street. It was a comment on the anxiety we were all feeling with the numerous aftershocks....
Photographer's note: Graffiti building stands unused, 260 Hereford Street.
The western facade of Colombo Street bridge, as seen from the river bank of Ōtākaro-Avon River in Victoria Square.
Street art of a police officer at the corner of Colombo Street and Kilmore Street.
A paste up of a band aid on the walls of the earthquake damaged Knox Church.
Paste up of a Angel holding a bottle with the words “Christchurch living make a good man drink”.
View of Hotel Grand Chancellor at 161 Cashel Street.
Rubble and debris from badly damaged shops at 149, 147, 147a, 143, 143a, and 139 Manchester Street.
Damage to the side of The Complete Angler store located at 280 Cashel Street on the intersection with Barbadoes Street. Temporary fencing and road cones on footpath. Graffiti on wall.
‘Keep clear’ spray paint with arrows on brick wall of a house.
Street art, “Damaged” on the facade of an unidentified building.
Last building of the Addington Railway Workshops - since dismantled.
Tagged silt in Linwood Park.
Earthquake graffiti on concrete in Linwood Park.
Graffiti on earthquake damaged building wall beside ‘Simply Catering’ sign, Corner of Salisbury Street and Madras Street.