Students from the Ilam School of Fie Arts, Terry Bird (left), Robin Coutts, and Alistair Dyer on the roof of the Speedway Safety Helmets factory they have just finished painting.
Mural by Russell Clark in the main terminal building at Christchurch International Airport.
Good Samaritan Church of Jesus Christ at McCarthy Street shops (2 McCarthy Street).
Hoon Hay convenience store at McCarthy Street shops.
Tim Croucher and Richard Fahey with a mural painted for Dominion Breweries.
Mural by Bill Hammond in the Monaco dance hall, Chancery Lane.
Painter, Dave Blyth, with the Swiss mountain mural he is painting on carpet to reduce echoes at the Big Apple ice rink ahead of its opening on Brougham Street in Opawa.
A group of men, training to be tour guides in New Zealand, viewing a mural of New Zealand birds and plants on display at the office of Trans Tours in central Christchurch. The trainees are, from left...
View of Christchurch artist Francis Naylor doing the finishing touches to a mural of the Lower Shotover River, designed for the Sergeants' Mess at the Royal New Zealand Air Force Station in Wigram.
Gina Papageorge, Christchurch Polytechnic student, painting a mural on the United Fisheries building, Durham Street.
Mural on building.
Turners Limited, corner Tuam and Colombo Street.
People's Palace Mural
Artists painting a mural of the People's Palace Hotel on Manchester Street. The artist are employed as part of the Labour Department employment scheme.
Mat Reedy chairman of the Christchurch district rehabilitation committee examining a mural depicting the Second World War which is to be displayed at the Christchurch Returned Services Association...
Mr Steve Paewai of the Māori Affairs Department stood next to a mural representing the ancestral heritage of the Ngāi Tahu and Kāti Mamoe tribes of the South Island at the Māori Land Court and offices...
Linwood High School sixth formers Marcelle Park and Grant Takle painting a mural at Woolston Park swimming pool.
"Kiwi 1/4 Acre Pavlova Paradise," a mural designed by Janet de Wagt.
"New Brighton has been brightened up aesthetically in recent years by a number of local mural artists who are adding their creative inspiration and a dash of colour to the suburb." - Contributor's...
A woman having her photograph taken next to a mural painted on the side of a campervan at a Gypsy Fair at South New Brighton Surf Life Saving Club on Marine Parade, South New Brighton.
A open sided vardo with a stage inside with performers at a Gypsy fair at South New Brighton Surf Life Saving Club on Marine Parade, South New Brighton. In the foreground is a child and in the...
Tom Arthur painting a mural for Screensign Arts, Ferry Road.
12ft by 8ft wood-carved mural of the Shaw Savill Albion ship which first carried meat from New Zealand. Unidentified man from R. J. Hampton Ltd working on mural for the new Totara Bar of the Brydone...
Demolition of McCormacks Cafe and Bar in Brighton Mall.