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:
The Cook’s Beach General Store:
…and a courtyard wall in Auckland Hospital’s Acute Mental Health unit.
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:
Possibly NZ’s greatest community mural, painted by myself and three high school students in Levin!
I’ve manged to get photos of a couple of my pieces from a while back and some fresh ones.. All these murals graffiti art paintings are in Auckland.
These panels are at Manurewa West Primary School:
This banner was for a company called Stowers exhibition stand backdrop, featuring caricatures of their staff… not something I do too often!
This native flax scenery-scape is in the back carpark of Ibis Hotel, Auckland Airport:
And lastly, a comic fan commissioned me to paint some classic characters on these panels:
Painted live at the product launch for the new everything-proof Laminam cladding by Laminex.
They finally got me to come down for this wonderful annual event, thanks guys! Here’s my main piece, depicting the mighty Ruaumoko:
And here’s a quick one-hour piece done on the first day…
…and a canvas painting of Ngauruhoe for the group exhibition on during the festival…
… and a courtyard mural for Taupo’s acclaimed “Plateau” restaurant and bar…
…and finally, these are some cut-out “Christmas trees” I painted which are displayed with ones by other artists in the town centre in December,
They were so impressed that they put me in the newspaper… twice!
Large outdoor mural for Scribbles Daycare, Mt Wellington