Here is a particularly bland – and shady – bench in Invercargill.
Tags: Architecture, Cars, Concrete, End of World, Invercargill, Monuments, Parking, South Island, Urban
This one is not only incredibly great, it would be also a strong candidate for Martin Parr’s book “Boring Postcards”. Well, or at least for its swedish web predecessor, Retroglobe. Well, or at least for the pale rip-off of them both… – us.
Skate parks and railway tracks: the Romeo and Juliet of contemporary urban planning. Here a view on Invercargill’s facilities, humming of vibrancy and Wildstyle-ness.
Actually a great spot and a great photo, too. Apply your own lens correction if you mind bent reality.
A peek behind Invercargill’s restless facades…
Carpark. In an abandoned office building. Clever.
Vibrant, rich, energetic… New Zealand’s malls are fine examples for advanced consumerism.