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Murals and Street Art… everywhere!

Demand for my services has kept me very busy this year, painting murals all over NZ.  Here’s some recent highlights.
Mural on Wellington’s Cuba Street, to promote a movie:

Abstract graffiti murals for a new bar in Christchurch:
 In Auckland Hospital’s Te Whetu Tawera unit:

Outside the Auckland University childcare centre:

A vintage style sign in a man-cave:

A school mural:

Feature wall for a renowned Auckland restaurant:

…and a garden path mural to brighten up a home office space:

NZ murals and more

2023 looks to be a fantastic year, painting murals throughout the country and perhaps beyond!
Here are some of my recent works.

A gin bar in Auckland city:

Classic NZ mural in a carport:

Honey drips by the restrooms at a Kumeu restaurant:

Graffiti styles in an office reception area:

A clubroom mural for a long-time client, the “Warriors” Rugby League club:


An office wall painted to look like a storage unit:

Entranceway to a childcare centre:

One of a series of murals in South Auckland advertising the new Polytechnic:

Logos at the ZM radio station, painted to look a collection of old stickers:

Mount Maunganui mural, a background for advertisement poster frames:

Horse racing mural in Matamata:

Another advertising campaign, one of a series of billboards throughout NZ:

I feel like it was only a matter of time until I was asked to paint this!  At a bar on Auckland’s Princes Wharf:


Company mural showing their activities:

 

… and some greenery and cultural patterns to brighten up the outdoor lunch area at a distribution centre:

some of my recent mural art work…

It’s been a great summer of painting, since travel restrictions are gone!
Here’s an old water tank I customised:

A feature wall for an urban outdoor area:

A couple walls for a Vietnamese restaurant in Havelock North:

A folding divider wall inside an RSA:

Auckland pizza restaurant wall:

Mean Burgers in Mangawahi:

A traditional Napoli-style pizza restaurant in New Lynn:

Backyard murals:

The Cook’s Beach General Store:

…and a courtyard wall in Auckland Hospital’s Acute Mental Health unit.

NZ mural artist with a difference

I’m told the difference is the rare combination of talent and reliability!
These are a few of my recent works.

Many murals, little time

After being thoroughly sidetracked by my wedding, and project managing a major group art exhibition, I’m proud to be back on track.  Here are some of my latest murals!

A feature wall for a home in Canterbury:

Another one for Vietnamese food specialists “Hello Mister” in their newest store:

A canvas for a bespoke jeweller:

A shed at a senior care home in Morrinsville:

A garage and office feature wall in a vintage style:

A small old water tank on a semi-rural property:

I’m in hot demand for school murals at the moment, here’s some recent ones:

Murals aside.. here’s a large canvas I painted live at a school art auction:

Some barrels for “Leftfield” wines:

Drawings done live in-store for Prada’s Adidas crossover:

And lastly, some good old fun graffiti!

some of my recent NZ murals

Here’s a backyard wall I painted at a modern Coromandel holiday home:

I’ve been doing several murals at Rotorua Primary School. Tangaroa:

Tane Mahuta:

Forces of nature:

Here’s a wall painted in collaboration with primary school students:
Auckland school mural
An old school Waikiki theme, poolside in Auckland:

Various pieces for “Mr Tanaka”, an amazing Yakitori restaurant in Ellerslie:

An office feature wall for a council contracting company:

Another one for BurgerFuel, in Pt Chev:

…and a fun NWA mural.  Went straight into the pool room!

I’m an NZ mural artist… or perhaps a street artist

Painting art on walls is what I do!
Some Kiwiana in Rotorua:Two backyard pool walls:
A rooftop bar in Auckland city:

A Don Binney homage on a water tank in the Wairarapa:

Cafe feature walls:
Community history murals in Mercer and Drury:Another Vietnamese restaurant wall:
Graffiti meets design in an office:
A few walls in Burgerfuel stores, in their corporate colours::
A forest framing for some street advertising:
A couple of recent smaller pieces:

NZ wall murals

I really do enjoy my work, as there is so much variety in what I get to paint!
Here’s a fresh mural in a Vietnamese restaurant:
Here are some walls for an indoor entertainment complex:
A classic theme for many of my NZ wall murals is a kiwi beach:
These walls are at a primary school in Tokoroa.
A school reception room in Otara:
…and their front carpark fence:
I have been well busy painting at schools this year.  Here’s a selection:
Gyms always need murals:
…as do so many outdoor walls throughout our urban landscape.
These two are at the Waitakare Transfer Station:
A liquor store in Te Atatu:Here’s part of large wall at a childcare centre, with the skilled hands of Paul Walsh helping out on the bird life:
Another place you always need artwork is at laser tag.
Something for the kids:
“Cali-Mex” got me to paint some awesome new stores out in Bangkok, Thailand.Here is a tribute painted with my friend Mark Henare, in remembrance of a fallen soldier who was a huge inspiration to me during my formative years as a graffiti artist in Christchurch.
And lastly, a living room in Remuera, incorporating a myriad of details with personal meanings for the residents.  Graffiti has come a long way!

fresh NZ mural art

Here are some of my latest wall murals.
Firstly, a classroom exterior at a school in Tokoroa:

An update for an old favourite, “winter forest” roller gate in Newmarket:

Conference room in Auckland’s MSocial Hotel (panoramic photo):

A car sales showroom:

This one reminded me of a mural I did several years ago, but seemingly never shared… vintage racing:

Hand-painted outdoor advertising for a concert in Aukland:

Some native scenery for a corridor in a local factory:

Gothic Alice in Wonderland on a van:

Health clinic in South Auckland:

Side of a garage in Wellington:

Sushi bar in Devonport:

…and a fried chicken restaurant, also in Devonport:

…and a primary school in Otara:

Hard travellin’ NZ mural artist

Here is a sweet little video of me painting a mural on a basketball court in Palmerston North with some new friends.  Credit: Street Prints
I usually avoid painting on the ground, but as my great friend Askew One (who designed the mural) was unable to make it and they were on deadline, I came in as substitute!