Bruce Mahalski is a Dunedin-based artist, known for his illustration, street murals, and sculpture incorporating animal bones. He is founder and director of the Dunedin Museum of Natural Mystery - a private museum with a focused on some of the more unusual aspects of natural and social history. This is the third poster competition he has instigated, the most recent one being the Aotearoa Poster Competition in 2020 which had a focus on anti-racism and celebrating our multi-cultural identity.
For all enquiries and support please contact Bruce on 021 032 9906 or email [email protected]
Phantom Bill Stickers
New Zealand's oldest and biggest poster business with a major presence in the country’s key commercial centres of Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin, with a further presence in 16 centres across the country, from Whangarei in the north to Invercargill in the south. Phantom Bill Stickers are particularly active in supporting the arts and conservation in New Zealand.
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A very successful locally based pizza chain which began in 1996 and now has 64 stores nationwide as well as in the UK, Ireland, Canada, Korea and India. They support many worthy causes including previous poster competitions.
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New Zealand’s Biological Heritage National Science Challenge | Ngā Koiora Tuku Iho
Working to protect Aotearoa New Zealand’s biodiversity, improve biosecurity and enhance resilience to harmful pests, weeds and diseases.
They do this under three main categories of ‘impact’. Whakamana/Empower is all about helping New Zealanders be able to protect and enhance te taiao (the environment). Tiaki/Protect is focused on safeguarding what we have through a first-class biosecurity system. And the Whakahou/Restore impact aims to create a resilient, thriving environment.
From mountains to the coastline, the BioHeritage Challenge brings teams together from all walks of life – researchers from all of our universities and Crown Research Institutes, mana whenua, community groups, industry and so many more. All working together to leave a better Aotearoa for the next generation.
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Michel is a New Zealand artist of Samoan, Tahitian and Cook Islands descent. He is one of New Zealand's most well known artists and his work is held in many art collections in New Zealand and around the world. He was appointed a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit, for services to art, in the 2008 Queen's Birthday Honours. In 2010 he was awarded the Contemporary Pacific Art Award at the Creative New Zealand Arts Pasifika Awards, while in 2020 he received the Senior Pacific Artist Award from the same organisation