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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Reykjavik - Iceland

Painting in slightly more hostile conditions compared to Canada! Astonishingly beautiful place to be able to paint. Walking home at night watching the Northern lights. Painted for Wall Poetry 2016.

Photo credits to Nika Kramer

Toronto - Canada.

This was a pretty epic project with steps initiative and the city of Toronto last summer.  

photo credit to Paul Salvatori for this last photo. Taken during a large fire across the street.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Manchester UK.

Bleak northern weather dominated this trip. Painting in between rain showers and painting between old brickwork. Painted for cities of hope

Saturday, March 18, 2017

pt 3. New Zealand

 Another New Zealand bird called a Pukeko painted on an old wooden door just outside Dunedin.

Stopping off again in Wellington before my flight home i managed to sneak in another painting. Incorporating the 3d electrical box in the wall to make up his backpack.

Dunedin pt2. New Zealand.

I painted this large extinct bird endemic to New Zealand. The giant Moa, a ten ft high flightless bird that became extinct roughly 500 years ago. 

Friday, March 17, 2017

Dunedin pt1. South island. New Zealand.

 After wellington i moved down to the south island. I painted this Weta sarcophagus in an abandoned industrial site i found outside Dunedin.

wellington, New Zealand.

The first stop in New Zealand was painting on the North island in Wellington for vivid festival.

Miami, Florida. USA.

This was the last big mural of 2015. About 300ft of trackside wall. Driving very carefully up and down a thin loading bay with a scissor lift to paint it.