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Wellington artist finds inspiration from cafes in Newtown, city centre and Oriental Bay

Mary Guo didn’t start drinking coffee until she moved to Wellington. Six years later she goes into cafes across the city and orders a flat white while she takes in the environment and sketches what she sees. Her version of Wellington is vibrant with stand-out colours and whimsical characters. It’s a sight for Wellington residents’ sore eyes as the city has been criticised for its water woes, housing problems and more recently, it’s self-labelling of being the “coolest little capital”.

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