In 2005 he made the first bone gun for an anti-war exhibition called Full Spectrum Dominance and by 2010 he had begun to specialize in his trademark textural bone sculptures.
He sells work all over the world and accepts commissions. You can visit his studio at ‘Nautilus’ in Owhiro Bay on the South Coast of Wellington.
If you aren’t in New Zealand you can watch two short videos – ‘The Bone Collector’ on Vimeo or Old Bones New Life on You Tube. and see the very latest works on his page – Mahalski Bio-Technologies - on Facebook.
Some people might consider it ghoulish to collect bits of dead animals but to me it isn’t about death – it’s about life.