The Good Lord‘s monthly paint jam is back once again, this month with a killer lineup of graffiti legends and music curated by the team at Big Village! Unique IBS is undoubtedly one of Sydney’s most reknown graffiti writers and has contributed alot to the scene both via his graffiti and hip hop, and Swaze SFX is a long time name in Sydney who’s style and technical ability is second to none. Get down this Sunday 14th February to The Lord Gladstone to see these guys plus more surprise guests paint all afternoon from 2pm!
More info on the Facebook event here.
Nemco Uno is an Italian graffiti artist chronically broke that is trying to turn his cheap fame into money. This is his first solo exhibition in Sydney, don’t miss it.
‘Bad Luck’ by Nemco (Italy)
Where: Good Space Gallery, Sydney
Opening: Wednesday 18th November
Another great day out of painting at the Sunday Walls event, held at The Lord Gladstone in Chippendale. As always, beautifully shot by Billy Zammit.
The Lord Gladstone x Goodspace – Sunday Walls October 2015 from Billy Zammit on Vimeo.
A monthly Sunday jam at The Lord Gladstone, Sunday Walls brings together some of the country’s most popular graffiti artists and Dj’s for an afternoon/evening.
Previous events so far have included Scott Marsh, Sofles, John Kaye and more!
More details below, or on the facebook event here.
This month’s lineup features none other than local legends PHIBS, PEQUE & Friends
2PM – 10PM
PRESENTED BY SUGAR ARTIST’S ACRYLIC AND GOODSPACE
Sunday Walls is a new monthly event at The Lord Gladstone, curated by the Good Space team and The Opening Hours which hosts a rotating roster of the best graffiti artists around Australia. Last weekend featured the likes of Sofles, John Kaye, Buttons and more.
Each month we’ll be bringing you these events, featuring painting all day, live DJ’s like Joyride and more, plus the epic food and beers that The Good lord offers. Stay tuned for the video recap by Billy Zammit, and the announcement of next month’s event. In the meantime here’s a little taste of what went down…