A brief history of Graeme's graphics background:
Graeme's graphic art career started with a signwriting job illustrating some strawberries and ice-cream on the wall of a local cafe sometime around 1959. Later came a fleet of trucks with "We move the earth" for Clarrie ? of Napier Quarries while still at high school around 1959-1960. Graeme started work with Photolithox Printing in 1961 and did all sorts of leaflets, jam labels, circulars sometimes working directly in reverse onto metal or paper lithographic negative plates. Over the years, many design jobs have included logos, maps, caricatures, murals, signs, stickers. He has painted directly on to oil tanks, shop windows, motorbike helmets and tanks, hand-painted onto garments, paper, wood, metal, refrigerators, boats, cars and buses, aeroplanes, onto canvas, corrugated iron, glass, walls, and has hand-cut stencils in paper, green and red-film and worked with process cameras, film and digital media, applied vinyl, and used knives, brushes, pencils, airbrush, spray-can, sponge, pen and ink, chalk, fingers, scraper-board, pastels, charcoal, acrylic, water colour, gouache, oil, enamel, and finally? the computer. He has done graphic artwork for newspapers, magazines, printers, writers, art studios, advertising agencies, clubs,, screen printers, businesses, signwriters and schools.