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Moses & Taps™ ‘Corporate Identity’ at Golden Hands Gallery, Hamburg

Note: I didn't attend this show in person, only through images released online Since it's inception, graffiti has always been about branding. If you saw a tag, throw up or piece delivered from one side of a city to another, there should be enough visual points to confirm that it was by the same person. Whether… Continue reading Moses & Taps™ ‘Corporate Identity’ at Golden Hands Gallery, Hamburg

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ZINE | Over Time Part 2 | Melburban featuring Pasif & Lazy

What is the greatest sequel of all time? Godfather 2? Paul's Boutique? What about Low End Theory? I'm not to sure, but one of the hardest things to do, when producing work, is backing it up for the second coming. The creative field, rarely allows the same energy to carry on and flow long enough… Continue reading ZINE | Over Time Part 2 | Melburban featuring Pasif & Lazy

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REVIEW | Rashe ‘Digital Dilemma’ | SOMA Gallery Space

For all its positives, the digital world has its own weight in faults. Whether these positives outweigh the negatives is anyones guess, but even today, the online space is a particularly conflicting place to be around. Opinions, unlimited information and social interactions make it a key component in distracting us from the more important things in life.… Continue reading REVIEW | Rashe ‘Digital Dilemma’ | SOMA Gallery Space

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REVIEW | ‘Year In Review – Spring Edition’ Zine by Barry McGee

Barry McGee is a name synonyms with the world of graffiti. Whether it be from his home turf in America, the Eastern regions of Japan or even the southern tip here in Australia, his name seems a buzz between artists, graffiti writers and mark making connoisseurs alike. Known for his extensive experiences in the graffiti… Continue reading REVIEW | ‘Year In Review – Spring Edition’ Zine by Barry McGee

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REVIEW | CUTBACK DOCUMENTARY

The documentary format has been synonyms with street art and graffiti, since it's popularised inception. From the hey days of Style Wars and Stations of The Elevated, to the more recent Exit Through The Gift Shop, these intertwining cultures have been welcomed and influential to screens, both large and small. But, as a self proclaimed film buff, I… Continue reading REVIEW | CUTBACK DOCUMENTARY

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“STEREODYNAMICA” BY FELIPE PANTONE | BACKWOODS GALLERY

Since starting this website, some 4 years ago, there are some phrases and a linking of thoughts that have followed me since it's inception, shared by a number of people who previously or still contribute to it's culture in the past and present. "The internet killed graffiti", "You just like that bubble letter stuff", "I just… Continue reading “STEREODYNAMICA” BY FELIPE PANTONE | BACKWOODS GALLERY

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DIZZYHIZZY X SAVE YOURSELF COLLABORATION LAUNCH

I've been lucky enough to spend part of this year in cities outside of Melbourne - way outside of Melbourne. By coincidence, they have both been massive metropolis' packed to the brim with citizens living and falling over each other from sunrise to sunset. With days spent exploring capitals such as Manila and Tokyo, any observer… Continue reading DIZZYHIZZY X SAVE YOURSELF COLLABORATION LAUNCH

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ZINE | OVER TIME PART 1 | MELBURBAN

For all the internet's shortcomings, the addition of Instagram would have to be one of its better formations. While we've had Facebook, Flickr, Tumblr, Myspace, Twitter and a bunch of other time (and in some cases, money) sucking formats to sink our teeth into, the visual connections with Instagram are instant. That's why creative cultures, such… Continue reading ZINE | OVER TIME PART 1 | MELBURBAN