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.
It’s getting colder, but I’m not slowing down! Here’s some of my latest work, firstly another feature wall for Gables restaurant:
A quick graffiti piece I painted last month in Soho, Hong Kong:
This is next one is up high in the flagship shop of NZ’s largest art supplies retailer, Gordon Harris:
This next graffiti piece is for a forthcoming new NZ TV series, they requested it to look authentic and not too detailed!
A picture of my homeland on the garage door of MapCo in Tauranga:
Another restaurant feature wall, this is in “Deco” in Titirangi, a reproduction of an old newspaper clipping. Yes, this is hand-painted!
And lastly, neither a mural nor graffiti, this a sand sculpture of a Maui dolphin with snapper in foreground, created with my talented colleagues Paul Walsh and Elliot Stewart out at Piha beach.
a Graffiti and a fantasy beach scene… each painted specifically to client’s requests.
I’ve had a very busy month, making the most of the late summer by getting out and creating murals in Auckland… some for Ponsonby agency “Talento”Â and some public health murals promoting safe sex.Â Check em!
This is a mural painted for the Grey Lynn / Ponsonby community on a construction site hoarding, next to other murals from other leading local artists.Â Some of my finest work to date!
The mural depicts Auckland City as viewed from the Ponsonby Road ridgeline, in circa 1812.Â Based on pictures from the Auckland Library and City Council archives, plus special thanks to local historian Edward Bennett.