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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!

NZ Graffiti Murals

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:

NZ Mural Season

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:

This one was in collaboration with Paul Walsh:
Not all work is weather-dependant, such as chalkboards…

Surfboard art for renowned paint-marker brand Posca:


…and some special effects texture painting:

Fresh murals around NZ

I’ve been well busy as usual, here is my latest batch!

Firstly, a wine bar feature wall:

A lady’s gym:

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:

Auckland cafe feature walls:


Capital Market, my favourite place to eat in Wellington:

“Living wall” mural in Raglan:
Stairway in Auckland retail store:

Lion Rock mural in an Auckland meeting room:And some branded artwork on a busy Wellington convenience store:

Spring Time graffiti murals

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:

NZ office art

DHL office mural

DHL van

Some characters painted in the stairway going up to a Karaoke bar:

nightclub muralKareoke mural 1

A Steampunk theme for a new shop opening in Wellington:steampunk muralAn abstract bedroom feature wall:wall muralA chalkboard for Gravity Coffee:cafe coffee blackboardA 21st Birthday banner: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.matariki mural

Graffiti artist for hire

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:
gym mural LionCrossfit NZ gym muralNZ gym graffitiCrossfit graffiti mural

Here are some of my latest murals in kid’s bedrooms.
girls bedroom muralkids bedroom graffitiboys bedroom graffiti

A couple more shop graffiti art murals for my friends Cali-Mex in Hong Kong..

Hong Kong graffiti muralCalimex street art mural

Boardroom feature wall mural for the new NZME office in Northland:

nz office mural

A mural on the side of a classroom, designed and painted in collaboration with pupils of Richmond Road Primary School:

NZ school mural

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!

NZ PM graffiti