Sign o’ the Times Limited Editions, 2017

$250 NZD$300 NZD

Mark Catley

Sign o’ the Times, 2016 
Dimensions vary, 330mm tall x 160mm- 200mm wide
Editions of 40

Mark Catley’s Sign o’ the Times 2016 provided a static riot of street signs bearing subversive slogans within the bustle of Re:START mall during SCAPE Season 2016. Now they’re available in small size limited editions. Brilliant fun for a present or home. Great way to have a giggle in the office working out who fits which sign best?!

Signs show us our way forward, prevent us from falling into hazards and can stop us from progress. The Cashel Street Re:START Mall was a beacon of hope following the Christchurch earthquakes. A sign to Christchurch, New Zealand and to the rest of the world that our city can come back from disaster.

Re:ACTIVATE is the SCAPE Public Art Development programme for emerging artists Mark’s work was part of that programme in 2016.

Artist Bio

Mark Catley is a graphic artist from Christchurch, New Zealand. Mark has always been drawn to art and design through his love of pop culture. He finally took the plunge to become a mature student in 2011 (the Christchurch earthquakes helped the decision) and has since started his own design business, Mark Catley Design. Mark also started to make street art after the Christchurch earthquakes. Mark says, “I wanted to give something back to the city after we all lost so much. I like to surprise viewers with my art and provide some joy in the damaged inner city.”

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Wall mounted, Wooden base

Sign o' the Times Limited Edition

Bureaucratic Constipation, Here is an Opportunity For Me to Stand Up and Make a Difference, Loss, No Flexing of Egos, Power to the People, Salvation, So Awful They Were Brilliant, There Must Be a Reason I'm Alive, When I Say I'm Going to Do Something I Do It