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I have been lucky enough to work with some amazing companies and individuals over the years.  Creating murals for brands such as Zizzi, Wildleaf and Seven Chakras Yoga to name just a few.  I was nominated for Design of the year award at the Restaurant & Takeaway Innovation Expo for my murals and want to continue transforming spaces.  Here are a few examples of murals I've made going through from concept to completion. 

ASK ITALIAN WESTWOOD CROSS

ASK Italian were looking to renovate one of their restaurants at Westwood Cross.  The brief included a 9m mural spanning across two walls of the restaurant.  The mural was to be inspired by the region of Mondello in Italy.  It was requested that the mural was completed with paint and collage with the main aim to create an escape to paradise for their customers.

CONCEPT & DESIGN

The vibrant tuquoise of the sea of Mondello wraps around the curved and bank wall. The sea is a mixture of paint and a collage overlay. Hand painted swimmers and boats add a holiday vibe and escape into the beautiful landscape. Futher along the mural we are taken to the town, with its classic white buildings and statue. Oranges from the region add some bright splashes of colour mixed with sugar cane leaves. The orange and gold leaf on the hexagons add a warmth to the wall against the sunset sky. More shapes are added with terrazzo style painted sections and a textured overlay to give more depth.

APPLICATION

It took me 6 days to complete the largest mural for ASK Italian to date.  We used a mixture of paint and collage with gold leaf details.  The finished mural was covered in a matt varnish to protect it from water and tear.

TESTIMONIAL

"Thank you for yet another wonderful creation, its stunning. I've received great feedback so thankyou again for playing a part in this success." - Emma, DESIGN MANAGER

 

FRINGE YOGA

Bring Yoga were looking to add a custom mural to the wall of their new yoga studio in Epping.  The brief included a 5m mural spanning across the main wall of the studio.  The mural was to be inspired by the elements Earth, Air, Fire and Water. It was requested that the Merkaba symbol was included in the design. 

CONCEPT & DESIGN

The idea was to include a goddess in lotus pose within the Merkaba. We wanted a girl that the customers could relate to and be inspired by while they practiced yoga.  For the elements, we has leaves of the Earth, A flame and golden lines from Fire, with the gradient background of deep turquoise of Water drifting up to a light blue of Air.

APPLICATION

It took me 3 days to complete the mural.  We used acrylic and a gold paint that will shine when the light comes through the window. We painted this on during an opening event to get the customers involved in the finishing of the mural.  The finished mural was covered in a matt varnish to protect it from water and tear.

 

BARE WHOLEFOODS

Bare Wholefoods were looking opening a new restaurant at St Leonards.  The brief included a 5m mural spanning across the main wall of the restaurant.  The mural was to be inspired by food and nature grown in the region. They wanted to include in the mural a strong bohemian woman, one like their main type of customer.

CONCEPT & DESIGN

A strong woman faces out with striking eyes and long flowing hair that moves with the breeze.  Movement draws your eyes across the walls with natural plants, Correra Reflexa, Corymbia Ficifolia and Heirloom Tomatoes that adorn her hair.  Pastel yellows and mints work together harmoniously, mixed in with brighter shades of turquoise found in the Rainbow Bee Eater bird.  Mother Earth comes alive.

APPLICATION

It took me 3 days to complete the largest mural.  We used a mixture of layered watered down acrylics and spray paint to give texture and depth.  The finished mural was covered in a matt varnish to protect it from water and tear.

TESTIMONIAL

"Thank you so much! Love it. You’ve really followed the brief well. Love it love it love it!" - Anthony, OWNER & CHEF


COCO DI MAMA

Coco Di Mama were renovating one of their restaurants at Bankside.  The wanted something young, funky and bold including patterns and bright colours to attract attention from people passing by.  It was important to use the red from the logo and black and white line work.  The mural need to be painted on an existing brick wall.

CONCEPT & DESIGN 

I wanted to use bold shapes and lines in bright vibrant colours for this mural. I used the under shapes of mushrooms to contrast against the straight lines. These fluid shapes draw your eyes across and around the wall. The red from the Coco brand is thread throughout the entwining lines, the colour working with and balancing the mural.

APPLICATION

It took me 2 days to complete the mural.  I used emulsion and tape to make sure the lines were clean on the textured surface.  The finished mural was covered in a matt varnish to protect it from water and tear.