Hand painted public artworks located around beautiful Aotearoa, New Zealand
Painted second skins with drippings of glitter and chain puzzles
Book cover art for Tayi Tibbles incredible debut collection of poetry, a must read!
JAM Hairdressing let me pay tribute to my childhood idol, 3 times.
Paintings of atua wāhine such as Mahuika, Hinenuitepō and Hinetitama
Love an opportunity to get down’n’dirty with illustrations for poster, merch and album art for some of my fave local punk bands, gigs, art exhibitions and party times.
Cover art for Claire Robinsons book ‘Promises Promises - 80 Years of Wooing New Zealand’.
Brimming with political-party campaign advertisements from the 1938 election to the present day, this colourful, engaging book brings together 80 years of political advertisements that can truly be said to have made New Zealand history. The author’s analysis is penetrating and original and visual material is abundant and revealing. Perfect for history, politics, design and nostalgia buffs.
Located at the brand new i-site info centre in Wellington, the centre features a large mural glitter mural of Hinemoana which pays tribute to the Māori legend of Te Whanganui-a-Tara (Wellington Harbour) and the two taniwha that called it home, Ngake and Whataitai.
Rolling Stone knows it, we know it, now you do too. Tami Neilson is breathing an unapologetic fire into our bellies! With wit quick as a whip, a hearty laugh and hot hot SASSAFRASS, Tami rocks our rhinestone cowgirl socks right off. Bow down, Queen Tami is in the Fever Hotel house!
A collaboration with my friend Tame Iti at Tane Atua Gallery 2018, based on the legend of Hinpūkohurangi, the Tūhoe mist maiden.
Paintings inspired by the wildly chaotic, rebellious and often destructive world of rebels and divas of country, rock ‘n’ roll and pop culture.
Photo credits to Dinosaurtoast and Graham's Glimpses Photography
Re tellings of a few of my favourite Māori legends in paperback thanks to TeacherTalk. Written and illustrated by me, translated and available in te reo Māori thanks to Sian Montgomery-Neutze.
Available in all good book stores and online at www.teachertalk.org.nz