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 - firstname.lastname@example.org 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.”
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