To launch the limitless video (which is now over 5.5million views), Sofles held a solo show alongside a few works by Quench and documentation pieces from the limitless shoot.
It’s great to see that even whilst creating videos like this and constantly traveling the world doing graffiti, Sofles still has time to paint a series of works that are a solid reflection of how insanely talented this man is.
See the full set of photos over at the Ironlak blog here. (Photos by Luke Shirlaw)
Sofles, along with Selina Miles, Fintan Magee, Quench and Treas, have collectively just raised the bar of graffiti to the highest level. A level we thought didn’t even exist. Words can’t describe how great this video is. Just watch it.
A solid brand, a solid history and a solid position inside the graffiti world. Ironlak has one of the most honest brand ethos’ we’ve come across. They are solid supporters of projects we create and work with some of the best, real graffiti writers in the world. See below for their new video, “A Writer Knows”…
We were invited down to iconic Sydney nightclub, Home down at Darling Habour last week, to take a peek at what’s been happening down there. Ironlak snuck Sofles, Lister, Vans the Omega and Shida into Sydney to re-decorate the entire inside of the dark night club interior. The artists worked, slept and lived inside the club for a solid 6 days and the result is amazing. The photos below only show probably half of what’s been painted. If you’re in Sydney, make the effort to visit the club one night and check it out.
Ironlak has just released a bunch of photos and a video documenting the recent debut show at Published Arthouse, Adelaide, featuring some of the Ironlak family members, Vans the Omega, Sofles, Treas, Linz, Reals, Tues, Sauce and Meks, called “Veil of Anonymity”. Whilst in town for the show, the team managed to also squeeze in a two story production on Hindley Street.
Beastman & Phibs are both artists that are synonymous with each other. Both share the same birthday, both have lived together, both have a similar approach and style to their work, both have exhibited together and both have painted numerous walls together over the years.
Recently the duo teamed up again for an exhibition titled “In our nature” at Ambush Gallery in Sydney. The show was comprised of a series of the same size paintings, a large scale mural installation (coupled with sound designed by Daniel O’Toole aka Ears) and a spontaneous live painting of two cars outside the gallery during the weekend. The artwork on show was a typical glimpse into their overall bodies of work, however this time instead of completely filling the spacious gallery, only small 7 paintings were displayed by each artist.
If you missed out, you might be lucky to see the mural at the next Ambush Gallery show, which has become a permanent fixture. Click below for a full set of photos. More on Beastman here. More on Phibs here.
“DOES traveled to several cities to paint canvasses incorporated into murals. His journeys were documented by cameraman Stephan Polman who accompanied DOES during his travels to each of these cities. After returning from their travels Rube Parthoens jumped in to edit the footage and Blankeroy started cooking up a tune to match the respective city. The results of the project will be shown during an exhibition on April 5, 6 and 7, at a construction site in the centre of Melbourne.
His journey started in Amsterdam (as seen in the video below). The next city will be launched next week. So stay tuned for more!”