Randy and Eddie (2 Gaze) - Out in the Park (2018)

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[00:00:00] This program is brought to you by Friday and z.com. [00:00:06] So we're out in the park and watch on the park. And we are in a business called to gaze that it spelt at two. Number two, GA zero, so to gaze, and it's also a play on words. And we sell screen printed fo t shirts and punk patches. So we use up cycled clothing. And we do all the screen printing ourselves. And this is our first out in the fall. [00:00:35] And we just try to keep it try to keep it green by reusing like old t shirts and fabric that no one wants to use anymore. [00:00:45] Yep, that's pretty much what we do. So we did the idea come about from [00:00:49] and well, we we met at school, I am a couple of interest and 16. So [00:00:55] we bonded over kind of back out a love of like, punk Iwai, patches and T shirts and stuff. And we decided to do stuff together. Yeah, we both [00:01:07] loved the idea of [00:01:10] making, like putting our own designs on to clothing and [00:01:15] just wearing art, rather than just plain clothes, or having to [00:01:21] spend lots of money on [00:01:24] designs that we wanted otherwise. [00:01:27] And I think, first and foremost, we're artists and not retailers. So it's mainly getting out there. And we're also doing queer, environmentally friendly. fl Yeah. So that's great. We love it. [00:01:46] And so what brought you to out in the park today? [00:01:48] I'm actually just by chance seeing the posters. And they were doing a call for stallholders. And, man did we do the we do the market circuit and Wellington, Justin small kind of independent ones. And we decided why not take a chance. And it's probably one of our best days yet. [00:02:09] So can you describe the atmosphere [00:02:12] is great. This is I see everyone walking around and group. So there's this huge kind of community kind of vibe. And it's I feel really safe here. And it's great, so colorful and bright. And even though the one that really isn't, outside was still kind of [00:02:30] we're still having a lot of fun. Yeah, [00:02:33] it's like it's like Wellington. It's like, [00:02:34] it's like we should have we should know this is Wellington as great. And it's the [00:02:39] most Wellington weather. [00:02:41] Yeah. [00:02:43] So have you been involved in like other part of it, you know, in previous years, [00:02:47] and now we've we've really attended them. And I think this is our first time actually being a part of a debate this huge. And it's really cool. I mean, like, I'm Elizabeth Whoa, is the mindfulness two souls, she's really good at setting everything up. And like, we were gonna we were we had a table for us winning, and it's really cool. So yeah, no, definitely want to come back again. [00:03:14] If somebody couldn't attend today, for whatever reason, why would you have like a message for him? [00:03:20] I'm basically just even, like, you don't, you can be an ally. I mean, you don't have necessarily have to be LGBT to be here. And as a great event, this likely so much art and performance and just this amazing atmosphere. And [00:03:41] I just recommend it to everyone. I mean, and there's even like these these dogs here, which is like, one of the biggest things, and it's really cool to see all these a lot of young people as well, especially since [00:03:56] with recent years and and this list. Yeah, I suppose for young queer people. And, and yeah, and it's great. It's, I mean, you shouldn't be here, if you're not [00:04:10] it's probably one of the most open spaces you have been to like, because sometimes request basis like you can worry about like some of the like less than our own identities and like whether everyone's like I'm on the same level of understanding so but with here I'm usually really happy with like, just how validating it is overall [00:04:33] I think there's a part of today that's a lot of this educating a lot of people as well. [00:04:40] And I mean a lot of people wouldn't know that this event would be here and and then one thing that will be relevant to them but it is I think this this event has something for everyone even if it's just acceptance and learning more and having fun

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