Some of my murals are in the graffiti style, which is where I first stared, but I enjoy the challenges of painting a wide variety of subjects.
This Auckland cafe mural is influenced by Art Nouveau:
… and this DJ booth in Hong Kong is in a graffiti style:
Pop art in design company’s office:
NZ nature is a popular theme. This is a townhouse in Hamilton:
Two low walls at a school in Tokoroa:
Dwarves on the Pelorus river at a backpackers in Havelock:
A kid’s pool mural in a cartoon style:
Graphic styles in an office call centre:
A company vehicle mural in an office:
… and a boardroom mural with graffiti lettering:
The tasks of mural painting keep me steadily busy, here are some the latest ones…
Nature scenery out at VISY Recycling in Onehunga:
A small feature wall for an interior design office in Albany:
One for an awesome bike garage:
Art in the gym changing room/shower areas of MSocial Hotel, Auckland:
NZ nature scene featuring pets by a backyard patio:
Pillars at House of Travel, Parnell:
Native insect life for a kindy in Taupo:
A follow-up for a lion I painted in a Crossfit gym some time ago:
…and more animals; these for a client I had long desired to work for – Auckland Zoo!
It’s another busy summer! Here are a selection of my recent wall paintings.
A fairytale school mural:
Some work for Orbit Travel’s Auckland office:
A Springtime forest theme for a formerly grey wall in Newmarket:
Another piece for Crossfit Newmarket gym:
A garden shed:
New Cali-Mex Bar & Grill in Hong Kong:
Barfoot and Thompson’s Remuera office exterior:
Feature wall for Vape Crew Penrose store:
Home driveway mural:
Strong Side gym in West Auckland:
Painted with Elliot Stewart, a new attraction at Spookers:
…and lastly, here’s some graffiti styles:
A big thank you to all my customers and clients for a wonderful 2016. I’m working on the next batch of projects to roll through another lovely kiwi summer! Here are some of my recent NZ murals.
That’s a Union jack with Table Mountain and Rangitoto – a home feature wall mural in homage to the resident’s heritage. This next one is another home interior:
A residential back yard fence:
An Auckland primary school mural:
This one is the exterior of the new “Te Ara” Museum of Cultural Heritage in Rarotonga:
Crossfit Hibiscus coast new premises:
This is a wall from late last year, which I seem to have neglected sharing until now.. Commissioned by Auckland Council, next to the Henderson RSA.
Shouts out to Elliot Francis Stewart for doing the little fishes and eels!
Possibly NZ’s greatest community mural, painted by myself and three high school students in Levin!