Stig of the Dump was a children’s book character, that lived in a cave at the local dump, surviving on the things he found. – It’s underlying message was  we can  be more sustainable with our lifestyle.

I try to follow Stig’s example and reuse, recycle, and restore the things I need.  It’s been a rewarding challange and a surprisingly economical lifestyle choice.

When I’m not in my man-cave (the workshop under the house)  I’m a writer of sorts, traveller, fan of classic aviation, street artist Banksy and New Zealand wines and food.

I appreciate your feedback – and happy to offer my thoughts if you have any questions.  I’m also open to my work being cited in other blogs and sites – please just acknowledge the source.

Andrew Gregory – Blog Author


2 responses to this post.

  1. hi Andrew

    i was also inspired by “stig of the dump” hope you like my work

    all the best


    • Posted by stigofthedump on August 19, 2009 at 8:28 am

      Thanks Bob

      Loved your site and thought your art created with disguarded industrial parts are excellent. Co-incidently there’s a similar metal artist working next to my ‘local dump’ where I source my parts and restoration projects from – so great (stig orientated) minds think alike.

      Cheers for your comment



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