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Wax Wars – Days One

Wax Wars is Sydney’s latest and greatest creative collaborative concept. Featuring a live DJ scratch battle that runs over 8 weeks, the night has some heavyweight backing from the likes of MTN Australia, Rane Mixers and Shure. Warfare kicks off this Thursday 27th June, 8pm at Name This Bar, Oxford St, Sydney.
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The creation of Crown Street Cut Collective aficionado, DJ Klevakutz, the night aims to inject a fresh hit of flavour to the Sydney scene. As the DJ’s go head-to-head on the decks, each week also comes correct with a live paint on the night.

The first night kicks off with Days One (DCA) blessing the room with his unique style and effortless ability. Sydney born and bred, Days’ versatile, photorealistic spray-paint skills have led him to showcase work in streets, galleries, museums, cultural centres and publications throughout the world.

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Past projects include work for Local, State and National Governments and agencies, as well as a plethora of brands, including; SPACE Furniture, Carharrt, Reebok, MTN Australia, Notorious & Co, King of Nothing Apparel, Kage Industries, BNP Paribas, China Heights Gallery, Lo Fi Collective, Westfield, Rhythm and Vines Festival (NZ), Aotearoa Hip Hop Festival (NZ) and EMI Music Australia.

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Contracts also include work for events such as Future Music Festival, Rhythm and Vines Festival (NZ), Aotearoa Hip Hop Festival (NZ).

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Days’ work has featured in multiple publications and exhibitions, including VNA Magazine, Acclaim Magazine, aMBUSH Gallery, China Heights Gallery and Lo-Fi Collective.

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For more information, visit:

www.daysone.com

www.waxwars.com.au

www.mtnaustralia.com.au/

Everyday Fantasia

Our favourite squeaky pocket rocket, Hollie Black is taking the bluff and bravado out of street art and giving the outsiders a chance to get in on the game. From both sides of the fence, artists are invited to showcase their work, while young professionals from the Young Centenary Foundations support network are given the opportunity to buy their first pieces of artwork.

Everyday Fantasia is a group exhibition that features works by Aldous Massie, Alex Lehours, Andisk, Beastman, Bridge Stehli, Dale Bigeni, Daysone, Dboe, Deb, Edgarr, Faz, Gerald Leung, J’aime Fazackerley, Jo dee Knowles, Jumbo, Kalis Raw crew, ‘Hentai Rising’, Gerald Leung, KON, Nmbr19, Phil James, Pigeonboy, RJ Williams, Ronstoppable, Rotes, VarsOne, Skel, Simon Lovelace, Will Lynes and many more.

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