Vogel Street Kitchen was a spectacular find. Housed in the warehouse district, this place was our breakfast place for two days running. The breakfast supplies we’d bought to enjoy over a lie in ended up coming home with us. It has a vintage-industrial feel that we both love, has great food and a great vibe. The perfect place to get enough caffeine running through our veins to fuel a morning of street art hunting.
And not ever did I imagine that Dunedin would be the place I go in New Zealand to get my street art fix. With murals to rival those seen in the Shoreditch area of London (and some done by the same UK artist), I was in vintage-warehouse-industrial-grunge-street-art heaven. It’s all commissioned artworks arranged by local volunteers. Brilliant.
Postcards from more Dunedin adventures to come…
4 thoughts on “postcards from dunedin – street art edition”
These photos are so wonderful!! I love street photos.
Thanks Stephanie ♥
Love love love this!!! Looking forward to seeing what else you visit
Thanks lovely lady – I am loving your adventures too!
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