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:
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:
An Auckland primary school mural:
This one is the exterior of the new “Te Ara” Museum of Cultural Heritage in Rarotonga:
Crossfit Hibiscus coast new premises:
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:
Here are some of my latest murals in kid’s bedrooms.
A couple more shop graffiti art murals for my friends Cali-Mex in Hong Kong..
Boardroom feature wall mural for the new NZME office in Northland:
A mural on the side of a classroom, designed and painted in collaboration with pupils of Richmond Road Primary School:
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!
Autumn is here, and I’m still painting wall murals NZ-wide, rain or shine, inside and out!
This is a mural for the University of Canterbury:
A Lower Hutt themed mural for a corporate office in Lower Hutt:
A banner for a night market stall:
An inner city piece on Queen’s Wharf, Auckland:
This one is a collaboration with Byron Bay artist Nitsua:
Some graffiti art I painted with friends in Hong Kong:
A changing room wall for my pals the Warriors… get ’em boys!!
This one is in a pizza restaurant, painted with my colleague Paul Walsh:
A couple of historic Auckland themed murals for Gables bar and restaurant:
Gyms always need murals! here’s some of the latest…
And something for the kids…
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:
In Auckland’s Newmarket, this is another colab with my pal Jacob Chrisohoou, and is in homage to one of our nation’s favorite painters, referencing two of her most popular works Rutu and Cass. With thanks to The Estate of Rita Angus, Gordon Harris and Molotow.
A piece in the garage of this fine hotel for their guests to ball out!
My thanks go out to the organisers for getting me down to paint at this awesome event.. www.fromthegroundup.org
I painted this “AUSA” piece live at Auckland Uni’s Orientation week
and this commissioned canvas of a Tiki with Mexican skull make-up and sitting in a lotus flower!Â I elways enjoy delivering on an unusual request 🙂