Ruatoki for Tāme Iti by JoFF Rae


Ruatoki - an Augmented Reality ART App by ARTIVIST & iSPARX digital for Tāme Iti.

Executive Producer - Joff Rae / ARTIVIST
Producer - Finn Beattie
Creative Director - Ethan Wimsett
Lead Developer - James Norling
Asst Producer - Hohepa / HO RI
Graphic Design - Cole Holyoake
Translation & Story - Toi Iti
Studio - 110 Hideout /
Agency - : Immersive Space Programme by Plan BETA / iSPARX digital; Lost Boys Digital; ARTIVIST / ALPHA State |

©2019 Plan BETA Limited - all rights reserved.

Suzanne Tamaki - jewellery by JoFF Rae

Suzanne Tamaki has gained a reputation for developed extravagant & sophisticated work in events & exhibitions - the curator of the bizarre & fabulous blended with 100% natural indigenous ingredients.  The strength of her work is in the culture of respect, adaptability & positive enthusiasm - from adopting cutting edge augmented reality technology to skillfully selecting repertoire & content Tamaki confronts the mystical with her own brand of magic... however Tamaki's extensive & diverse portfolio is based in fashion...

"the whole world is a fashion show"

Here's some of that fabulous jewellery from the Tamaki archive...

< click the image - get a closer look >

Bread and Roses will release on May Day... by JoFF Rae


Bread and Roses is a non profit publication edited by Maz Salt (Office of Public Works), Graham Espie (Howler, Workshop) and Michael Fikaris (Silent Army Storeroom).

The publication features critical writing and poster art to entertain, influence and spark conversation about cultural and social discourse.


Find the current issue at the following venues: Section 8BellevilleFerdydurkeB.EastHowlerWorkshop. Also available at Silent Army Storeroom - & we are looking for distributors in Wellington & New Zealand.

Or send a postage paid envelope with your details to 27-29 Tattersalls Lane, Melbourne and we’ll post you a copy.


Editorial & general queries:

Illustration & visual submissions:


Download preview issue here

This Is Art - a venture by Ero by JoFF Rae


"After months of negotiations I have finally manage to score a pop up studio/shop in the third largest shopping complex in Australia, the numbers are huge, 16.7 million people through per annum with approx 250,000 through each week. Highpoint shopping centre in Maribyrnong have handed me the keys to this shop space. In this space it will be a studio, shop, gallery and workshop all rolled into one. For the gallery we will have a show once a month for a week starting in February so if anyone would like to have a show or group show pm me and I will email you details. The rent will be $450 for the week with $100 being for food, advertising etc. Commission will be a pay what you think is appropriate deal. Workshops will be starting in the school holidays and if anyone has a particular workshop they would like to put on pm also. I want to run eight hour workshops broken into two four hour blocks spread out over three days with three workshops running concurrently over the three days and depending on interest ten to fifteen participants per workshop. Each participant with be charged $65 per workshop with $35 per participant going to the artist taking the workshop. If their are artisans who have products they have made I would also be interested in hearing from you. Anyone who does performance of any genre pm me. This project I am calling 'This is Art' and will be based around El lissiky's beat the whites with the red wedge. Substituting the whites with mass consumerism and the red wedge with the subculture of art. This is an idea I have been working on for a couple of years. It is about intervention in a community to see if I can affect change with art being it's principal tool."

Artist profile : David Merritt - Landrover Farmer / Poet by JoFF Rae

David Merritt has been a writer and a publisher for most of his life. He now makes copyleft publications, often using materials he finds in dumpsters or jumbo bins. He is the only man in the the world who has worked out what to do with old Readers Digest condensed books, Jefferey Archer and Dan Brown hardbacks. <content description = adult metatags> Marx, AUSA, NZUSA, CRACCUM, Pushbutton Paradise, Sweetwaters, Screaming Meemees, Flying Nun Records, Herbs, Dunedin Arts collectives - Super 8, Chippendale House, Pagemaker 2, Apple SE30, Gate, Gung Ho Press poetry, sons, chapbooks, SPEC, SNAFU, proto housedad, divorce, Punnet, David Carson, ICONZ, Interweb, IT journalism, web design hoohah, Mac blue G3 tower, cyberpunk, 2Bits, divorce, Open Source, Copyleft, Creative Commons, Linux, BSD, GNU, EFF, Hobbs, Eric Raymond, geek culture, divorce, Dial, Racing subeditor, Homeworld, Series III LWB Landrovers, permaculture, no-dig gardens, street poet, re-purposing, upcycling, Geek Prayers, Landroverfarm Press, Mirrorcity Letterpress, David Merritt Poetry Experience, Everyday Thinking, Stealth Poetry in a box, Honesty Box Press, Paper Road Press, Mongrel 1974 Landrover </metatags>

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The brilliant street artist/poet/philosopher David Merritt in his signature Auckland spot on Karangahape Road. He makes all his own poetry books out of recycled materials right there on the sidewalk! Please check out his Facebook page... Filmed 22nd December 2014.

Toothfish Street Poster Art (2015) by JoFF Rae

A short clip of Plant City eco-warrior, Toothfish, fighting the paper war against big money-fascism in America, England and New Zealand between 2012 and 2015. New Zealand Prime-Minister, John Key, comes in for some special treatment. Thanks to Shayne Carter and Dimmer for the song - Powerchord (from the album "I Believe you are a Star' on Sony Records - 2001).