Since December, Askew One has been spending a lot of time in his home of New Zealand, where he's dropped a number of bold, vibrant colored murals.

Askew first touched down in the city of Christchurch, where he collaborated with Mark Henare on a project called Paris. He also completed two murals on the city streets. Organized by Rise Street Art Festival, the two massive portraits are meant to portray the idea that the environment is constantly changing and shaping peoples' individual identities. Although these pieces are consistent with Askew's signature style—the details, the fluorescent colors, and the loose quality—his murals in Christchurch are more geometric than anything we've seen from him before.

More recently, Askew has traveled to Auckland City, making a pit stop in Onehunga, where he completely a fiery portrait called Mani. And just this past weekend, the artist wrapped up two more of his iconic portraits, done on a Maersk Line container—so you can expect to see his latest piece dispatched around the globe. Click through for a closer look at all the recent work Askew has completed in New Zealand so far.

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[via StreetArtNews]