Bruce has been painting murals on public buildings in New Zealand and England since 2005.

You can see some photos of some of his murals/street art below and in the GALLERY. 

Murals are a good  way to decorate your house or brand your business as well as  detering tagging (graffiti).

If you would like a quote for a mural (or a sign) please send me an email at - or ring me on

+64 -021 0329 906.


'Deep Sea Foodchain' - Vivien Street - Wellington - 2005

"Bruce is an incredibly experienced mural artist who knows the process, from preparing a site to graffiti guarding a wall.

 He's reliable, works swiftly and is a super-friendly guy to boot."

Katie Taylor-Duke - Arts Programmes Advisor - Wellington City Council


 Unenuku's Wall - Buckle Street - Wellington - 2006


John Street Countdown Mural' (with 1920's theme) - Wellington -  August 2011.


'Zoo Bus-stop Mural' - Wellington -  February 2012

  "Bruce is a great man to work with – not just as an artist with ideas that he can execute very well, but is practical and has an understanding

 of what clients and other key personnel need to make a project work.  He responds well to changes in circumstances (we moved the original 

location to this wall which was a big improvement) and he puts a lot of effort into the end result.  His execution is of top quality and 

you will get an original, thought provoking and considered piece of art as a result."

John Burton - Urban Space Management -Trinity Buoy Wharf - London - England



Electric Soup' -Trinity Buoy Wharf -  London -  April 2012(Zip Car advertisement)



  'Kakapo Kids Childcare Centre' - Wellington - 2012


  'Kakapo Kids Childcare Centre' - Wellington -  March 2012

"Thanks to Wellington artist Bruce Mahalski, the wall murals at Kakapo Kids Early Childhood Centre have

 become a Te Aro landmark. Once Bruce received the brief he transformed our concept designs into

 realistic and natural looking forest scenes.  Bruce was a pleasure to work with, and we highly recommend 

his talent and professionalism. In addition to providing amazing inner-city natural landscapes, the murals

 are acting as a deterrent to the ongoing tagging that is occurring all around us."

Jan Tromp - Centre Manager


A series of panels for Countdown Supermarket in Newtown in Wellington - December 2012

"Now that all the rush is slowing down I just wanted to congratulate you on such a fantastic job on the art work, I drove down the road the other night and looked and I was blown away it really looks outstanding, well done. Look forward to working with you again."

Kind regards - Cameron - Newtown Countdown Manager - Wellington.

 'Save the Plankton' - Owhiro Bay in Wellington 2016

'The Revenge of the Ocean' - Dunedin - 2016

Detail of 'Moa Wall with Richard Owen and Hasst's Eagle - Whangarei - 2016

“Bruce was great to work with. He developed a fantastic concept for the mural based on a good understanding of what we were trying to achieve in Kamo. Since its completion Bruce’s Mural has received complements from all sections of the local community.”

Tony Horton

Senior Strategic Planner Whangarei District Council


The Occasional Brewer in Wellington - this whole two story industrial building was covered in my design of flowering hops.




Photos by Bruce Mahalski except -

'Deep-Sea Food-chain' - Pieter Pietersee

'Electric Soup' - Garry Hunter

"Kakapo Kids Mural' - James Gilberd