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While wandering around motorway and rail projects today, i found a new tagger with a familiar name!

The one above is at the Manukau motorway project,

When I heavily criticised taggers defacing such projects a few months ago, I had some extraordinary threatening emails from people who said using explicit language they would deal to me.

Maybe they have!!!!




  1. Matt L says:

    Jon where were you between the times of …. ;-)

  2. Jon C says:

    @Matt L I was eating a meat pie from a BP station

  3. anthony says:

    Don’t worry bout them, i would keep stirring them up. say that they are total arseholes with no balls.

  4. max says:

    Meh, don’t feed the trolls. In real life neither than online.

    And don’t feed them pies either.

  5. Jon C says:

    Hmm, I actually like his logo!
    @Anthony, I’ve discovered if you run a blog you have to develop a thick skin!
    The more popular it becomes and the more officials notice, the more crazy it gets and the emails are certainly getting crazy.
    On Friday a woman went to her lawyers to have me “closed down and locked up” for accidentally catching her in a photo. It’s all good fun.

  6. Jeremy Harris says:

    I am strange in that if there is graffiti with a bit of an artistic bent I usually like it, I think it adds to the character of a city, call me strange but I thought all the NY subway cars from the 70s look awesome…

    I do however like overhead power lines and this that there is too much greenery in certain parts of Auckland (we need to remember what a city is)…

    I certainly don’t get all up in arms about it, it seems to drive some people crazy…

  7. Matt L says:

    Jeremy - I have never heard Auckland being described as having to much greenery before, I personally think it is great and would prefer that to miles and miles of concrete. Overhead power lines can go also.

  8. Jeremy Harris says:

    The tree lined streets in the suburbs, the trees in backyards, the parks and the Waitaks etc are all great and I’ll protect it like crazy… I’m talking about the little areas taken up in higher density areas and retail areas that would be much better as open public space (a bit nit picky of me I know) or the little areas in the above locations that recess buildings and hurt walkability and PT use…


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