Jeremy Shirley, 29 Chalmers Street, Avondale: This design celebrates the cultural diversity of Avondale through colour and geometric design often featured in indigenous cultures.
Mandy Patmore, 337 Glengarry Road, Glen Eden: A reminder of Oratia’s orchard past.
Diane Ruth Rimmer, 170 Bruce McLaren Road, Henderson: Multi-cultural symbols.
Monique Endt, 52 William Wallbank Crescent, Swanson: Located in a new subdivision development, this design depicts the surrounding nature and township of Swanson.
Askew One, 44 Franklin Rd, Ponsonby: One of the first public works completed by the artist. The design was based on 3D scans of the distinctive Plane tree leaves.
Heathermeg Sampson, 74 Woodfern Crescent, Titirangi: The scene on this transformer depicts the typical houses, gardens and bush of the Titirangi area.
Charles & Janine Williams, 83 West Tamaki Road, Glen Innes: Named ‘Hihi – Ray of Sun’, this two-piece mural is located at the Glen Innes substation.
Numa McKenzie, 22 Crayford Street, Avondale: This design was themed around transport alternatives to driving, with a youth and popular culture-centric feel.
Sean McCarthy, 10H Margan Avenue, New Lynn: The design on this transformer depicts memorabilia from the days of Crown Lynn tableware.
Elise Lanigan and Isobel Butler, 713 Whangaparoa Road, Stanmore Bay: Africa’s Animal Kingdom.