Auction to raise money for Community Radio

Proud Waikato boy has donated two of his highly prized works

Last updated 10:56 23/05/2012
Internationally renowned street artist Ha Ha, aka Regan Tamanui, has donated a print of his acclaimed Maori Warrior to the Trade Me auction for Community Radio Hamilton's 89FM project.

FUNNY NAME, SERIOUS ART: Internationally renowned street artist Ha Ha, aka Regan Tamanui, has donated a print of his acclaimed Maori Warrior to the Trade Me auction for Community Radio Hamilton's 89FM project.

Illustration by Hamilton street artist Ero, to be auctioned on Trade Me to raise money for Community Radio Hamilton’s 89FM project.
Illustration by Hamilton street artist Ero, to be auctioned on Trade Me to raise money for Community Radio Hamilton’s 89FM project.

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Street artist Ha Ha is one of the scene's more popular operators, with his stencil pieces well known here and in laneways across Australia. When he's not working, Ha Ha is also known as born and bred Hamiltonian Regan Tamanui, and the proud Waikato boy has donated two of his highly prized works to a Trade Me auction to raise money for Community Radio Hamilton's 89FM project.

The two pieces are his acclaimed Maori Warrior (pictured) and the inconic Kiwi drag queen Carmen.

Fellow street artist and Hamilton local Ero, aka Lance Harris, has also donated one of his graphic illustrations for the auction.

Community Radio Hamilton says it aims to provide "a stronger independent voice in the media for the whole community"

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