Creative Hush

Creative Hush + Tiger Beer + Adore

A big Thanks To Tiger Beer + Adore

Browse her Artwork here: Adore's Artwork

It was a miserable day on the North Shore when a bubbly, blue eyed street artist strolled up the driveway full of energy, yet ready for her next coffee. Emily, who writes ‘Adore’ has been working closely with Tiger Beer for a while now and decorated locations around New Zealand with beautiful Tiger Murals, helping raise awareness thanks to Tiger Beer, about their potential extinction. As some of you may know, we've also partnered with Tiger Beer in an effort to exhibit some amazing Kiwi creatives to the rest of NZ. So raise a glass to Tiger Beer, cos this one's on them. We were keen to see Adore in action, but she’d run out of walls. The result was a temporary wall, built on to the side of my house in Beach Haven. Something for the neighbours to enjoy for a few weeks.

We’d been following Emily for a couple of weeks capturing content of her work around Auckland. It was great to get some time to chat in more detail. She was easily disrupted from our wall, often turning away from the mural to engage in conversation. A self-confessed chatter box. Her words, not mine. It suited us as we got to know a little about her, her artwork, where she’s from (Canada), and a bit about her background. Each conversation ended with her realising she hadn’t done any painting in a while, so she picked up the spray can and got back into it. Like many of the creatives we chat to, she comes from a creative family. But her interest in street art was an interesting one, explaining that she got into it almost purely to prove that she could do it. It turns out she can.

She gave credit to a couple of good friends that have helped her along the way. TakerOne / @takeronegraffiti, a good friend, that pushes her to create the best work possible, and GASP/ @_g_a_s_p_ (her partner), both of whom she’s collaborated with on various projects.

You can hear the rest in the Video interview above, the mural itself, among others, is bloody awesome and has been photographically printed, signed by Adore, and numbered (limited edition of 30) they’re now available on our site. Support Kiwi Creativity. Check them out here