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: Another backyard: An Auckland primary school mural: This one is the exterior of the new "Te Awa" Museum of Cultural Heritage in Rarotonga: Crossfit Hibiscus coast new premises:
Some say my wall paintings are graffiti art because I'm using spray cans, but to me they're wall murals; though many of my murals are graffiti influenced! Here are some of my latest: This one was painted with the help of some talented West Auckland youth: Slightly awkward photo here, but I like the piece: This piece of street advertising was painted with my friend Elliot:
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!
Here's a sweet video a customer made of me painting in their back yard, thanks guys!
As per usual, I've been painting murals of all kinds all around New Zealand, here's some of my recent work. This is a large indoor wall at Northlands Shopping Centre in Christchurch: A trompe l'oeil 3d effect in an Auckland backyard: This was the front of the bar at the R'n'V music festival in Gisborne, which I painted for Canadian Club:These are two large motorsport murals I created for Highlands Motorsport Park in Cromwell, Central Otago, celebrating their two biggest annual events. A small shop interior: This piece is in the pool room of the Warrior's gym: An old bus parked up permanently at the Amazing Maze: And a couple of kid's bedroom murals, in Auckland and Canterbury: I'm often painting birthday banners too: I believe this is the first garden shed I've done, painted to look overgrown: Recently I facilitated a workshop in New Lynn, creating this mural with some local young graffiti artists: As you can see here, I can draw as well as paint! I created this live in Sylvia Park shopping centre as a promotion for Sharpie. It was coloured in the following day by the public.
It's being raining a lot, but I've still managed to paint plenty of wall art, or graffiti murals, or whatever you wanna call it! First up, some office interior walls I've doing for the DHL offices in Auckland: Some characters painted in the stairway going up to a Karaoke bar: A Steampunk theme for a new shop opening in Wellington:An abstract bedroom feature wall:A chalkboard for Gravity Coffee:A 21st Birthday banner: And lastly, this one is from back during Matariki festival, painted live at The Cloud on Queen's Wharf for 2 Degrees.
This is in Henderson, West Auckland mural painted by Kakano Youth Collective and Unitec students under my guidance.
A client said to me the other day, "You should update your website more often". And the customer is always right! I better start catching up. So, firstly, here's some recent gym murals: Here are some of my latest murals in kid's bedrooms. A couple more shop graffiti art murals for my friends Cali-Mex in Hong Kong.. Boardroom feature wall mural for the new NZME office in Northland: A mural on the side of a classroom, designed and painted in collaboration with pupils of Richmond Road Primary School: And lastly, here's the Prime Minister of New Zealand proudly tagging on one of murals. I'm happy to say though, it's not often people tag my murals... hopefully this just a one-off!
Here's some artwork I painted recently in the laser tag maze at the entertainment facility "Game Over" in Queenstown.