All posts tagged: Ironlak

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VIDEO | IRONLAK STRIKERS WITH 45RPM

“My morning coffee tends to be looking up some sort of bit of slang from somewhere and drawing it” Bristol-based Striker slayer 45RPM has developed an (un)healthy obsession with creating impromptu scrawls based around nonsense verbiage informed by cockney rhymes – a type of English slang which originated in the East End of London. Many of the expressions have passed into common language EG: money = bread = bread & honey. It developed as a way of obscuring the meaning of sentences to those who did not understand the slang (often the police). Artist: 45RPM. Instagram: @45rpmwhat Shot/cut: Selina Miles. Instagram: @selinamiles Music: Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats – I’ll Cut You Down Electric Wizard – Electric Wizard Mogwai – I’m Jim Morrison, I’m Dead. 45RPM SELINA MILES IRONLAK Click here for more work from 45RPM via Arty Graffarti Click here for more work from Selina Miles via Arty Graffarti Click here for more from Ironlak via Arty Graffarti

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VIDEO | Ironlak Strikers with Shem

Melbourne old-schooler SHEM (RDC F1 FBA) rocking off the top of the dome with Ironlak Strikers and Ironlak Fibre-tip pens on paper, proving once again that he’s here to stay. 1987 and beyond… Shem Ironlak Click here for more work from Shem via Arty Graffarti Click here for more work from Ironlak via Arty Graffarti

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VIDEO // The Ironlak Family: Rehlhatna in Dubai – World’s Longest Graffiti

In November 2014, as the people of the United Arab Emirates were gearing up to celebrate their 43rd year as a country, the Ironlak Family set off towards the Middle East from their respective corners of the globe. In Dubai the Lak Fam joined over 100 artists from around the world in an ambitious attempt to set a new world record for the “World’s Longest Graffiti Scroll”. Titled ‘Rehlhatna’, meaning ‘Our Journey’, the main feature of the event was a ridiculously long canvas on Jumeirah Beach which was stretched into the shape of the country. The artists were asked to create work which reflected the past, present and future achievements of the UAE. On the final day, an official judge from Guinness World Records measured out the scroll at 2245.4 metres and declared the new world record set. Big ups to TUESY for making this happen for us. Huge thanks go to Sameh, Eddy and the rest of the crew for executing on this crazy vision and the Crown Prince of Dubai for making it …

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VIDEO // Madcrook with The Ironlak Strikers

MADCROOK draws every day and it shows. Featuring the new Ironlak Strikers – Tri-grip Twin Markers & Ironlak Permanent Markers. The new Ironlak Strikers come with premium quality Japanese made nibs in broad (8mm chisel) and fine (1mm bullet point) sizing dimensions — along with high performance Japanese alcohol-based inks that enable versatile blending and various stroke combinations across 160 vibrant colours. Featuring a completely re-designed durable Poly-Propelene Tri-grip barrel and an air-tight lid that protects the marker from drying out whilst offering the user a more ergonomic experience. The markers are packaged in a high quality canvas bag that doubles as a stand while drawing. Ironlak Strikers are also available individually. Shot/cut: Selina Miles. Music: Kill – Kr$chn. Madcrook Ironlak – Selina Miles Click here for more from Ironlak and Selina Miles via Arty Graffarti

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VIDEO // Sauce ‘More Shitty Apartments No Doubt…’

A Fly guy defines Melbourne’s current state of destroy and rebuild real estate uglyness, for which I couldn’t agree with more. “More and more entire blocks are being snapped up by developers and demolished. It’s sad really, watching these ugly slap-job apartment blocks spring up all the time. I feel bad for the poor guy next door who now has to live in a shadow with ten balconies overlooking his yard.” – Sauce. *Note: The houses featured in this video are condemned and earmarked for demolition. So don’t freak out or anything, ok?   Ironlak Click here for more from Sauce and Ironlak via Arty Graffarti

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VIDEO // Sofles and Friends ‘Limitless’ by Selina Miles

I don’t usually sit here and write something worth reading for the video’s, let’s be honest here, you just want to watch the flippin’ thing! But when something as production heavy as this, the second collaborations between Sofles, Selina Miles and Ironlak, is released, well… there’s just more to be said. Before you watch this one, I highly recommend checking out the first piece Infinite, one of the most skilfully  shot and edited pieces of rap spraying I have ever seen. It”s funny how you can watch something, that is some what simple to put together and think: Damn! why didn’t I think of that?! Now that you’ve seen the first piece, head over to the bottom of this page and watch this one in full screen, your brain may melt, but it’s ok, it’s probably for the best. In all seriousness, this is a crazy good project by all involved, from Quench’s straight burners, Treas‘ style points, Fintan Magee‘s super scaled vandals, Sofles’ limitlessness [painting a piece that has to tip the 100m mark] …

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NOW OPEN | Villain – 78 Johnston Street, Fitzroy

One of Melbourne’s handful of spray paint supplying super stores, Villain, has just opened a new store, smack bang in the middle of the street art and graffiti mecha that is Fitzroy. Located on Johnston Street [next to The Old Bar], this new store contains much of the same as the two other stores, located in Brunswick and The CBD. Ironlak, 1Line, Dekline, Krink, Juxtapoz, Kidrobot, StyleFile, Burn Crew and everything else in between is all there. The team were nice enough to let me get some snaps of the new space, which you can wander through below, but make sure you head on down and have a look for yourselves, especially the 2 larger then life Otis Chamberlain pieces inside. Villain Fitzroy 78 Johnston Street, Fitzroy [Next to The Old Bar] Open Hours Mon 11.00am – 5.30pm Tue 11.00am – 5.30pm Wed 11.00am – 5.30pm Thu 11.00am – 5.30pm Fri 11.00am – 7.00pm Sat 11.00am – 5.00pm Sun 12.00pm – 4.00pm Ph: 03 9995-8041 Villain