I’m told the difference is the rare combination of talent and reliability!
These are a few of my recent works.
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:
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!
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:
I’ve been facing plenty of rain delays lately, but the warm weather is returning! Here’s some recent works.
An internal courtyard Mediterranean-themed trompe l’oeil:
Surfboard art for renowned paint-marker brand Posca:
I’ve been well busy as usual, here is my latest batch!
Firstly, a wine bar feature wall:
Water tanks always look better with some colour!
Street advertising for a movie:
A humourous sports bar outside wall mural: Cafe pin-up art:Black and white wall illustration for Ticketmaster NZ:A long kindergarten fence:I’m not Paul Walsh, but sometimes I do paint on utility boxes:A restaurant feature wall out on the North Shore:Another Kindy fence:Recently painted interior mural at Loco’s Cantina in Queenstown:Some greenery by an indoor pool:
Lion Rock mural in an Auckland meeting room:And some branded artwork on a busy Wellington convenience store:
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:
This one is the exterior of the new “Te Ara” Museum of Cultural Heritage in Rarotonga:
Crossfit Hibiscus coast new premises:
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.