Here’s some of my pieces form the last week or two.
Another office feature wall for Perceptive Research, this one’s in their boardroom:
This one’s an interior mural in an enclosed space, where I’ve created the illusion of french doors opening out to the harbour:
A monster truckin’ Happy Birthday banner:
…and another difficult-to-photograph piece for Auckland’s Monsoon Poon Restaurant, this one’s in the ladies room.
Spring is starting to spring, which means outdoor mural season is nearly here! I was fortunate to go do some graffiti art in a chain of shops in the warmth of Hong Kong, and plenty of other bits and pieces here too…
A background for Buddha in a backyard:
A power box outside Edukid’s creche in Manukau, with part of a large fence mural visible behind it:
A blackboard down at Conservatory bar:
And a super duper birthday banner for a lucky kid:
I just had a lovely relaxing week in Queenstown… before that, painted these two murals in Taupo:
Here’s a chalkboard for a new cafe just round the corner from where I live in Newton, Auckland:
And now I’m off to do some art work in one of the greatest cities of the world.. Hong Kong!!
Here’s some more of my recent work…
An office feature wall for cutting-edge research company Perceptive:
A power box in Newmarket, based on an old NZ stamp design:
..and the front wall of Junior Junction creche:
Another simple piece for Crossfit Kia Maia Hold Fast gym..
A graffiti canvas, 1200 x 1500mm for a young man with the sweet last name “King”…
…and a couple of recent birthday banners:
In Auckland’s Newmarket, this is another colab with my pal Jacob Chrisohoou, and is in homage to one of our nation’s favorite painters, referencing two of her most popular works Rutu and Cass. With thanks to The Estate of Rita Angus, Gordon Harris and Molotow.
Man, I been busy as… here’s some of my recent art on walls. This first one is for one of my long-time clients The Radio Network, a feature wall in their boardroom of their Northland offices, Whangarei.
Next, an outdoor playground mural for Redhills Community Kindy in Massey:
…and another mural for LYC, this one in “Checkmate” gentlemen’s club in Wellington.
This is the street signage I created for Draw Art Supplies HQ with help from Paul Walsh… two Auckland artists who are always on the job!
..and a chalk board for my old friends “The Conservatory”.
A subject I had long desired to paint, this was made possible by The Rotorua District Council. Painted in collaboration with the highly talented Rotorua-based mural artist Jacob Chrisohoou.