Smug, Sofles and Adnate are crushing it right now. Put down your cans, give up, go home, cry yourself to sleep.
Summertime group show opens Friday 21st March in Toowoomba, Australia, featuring work from Alley Cat, Jay Rock, John Kaye and Sofles.
The show runs til April 19th at No Comply Gallery, Queensland, Australia.
Sickeningly tech performance by Sofles and Alleycat, also featuring a small cute dog and some dude that could well be Action Bronson…
Shot somewhere up Australia’s Gold Coast.
Soundtrack by Flume & Chet Faker – Drop the Game
Filmed by Tim Caraco & Brandon Els for 40/40 Creative
Edited by Tim Caraco for 40/40 Creative
Instagram: @4040creative @timo_tigerblood
The latest madness from Sofles – Limitless…
The sequel to Infinite, this new video from Selena Miles coincides with his latest show in Brisbane.
More info here: Ironlak
Wonderwalls Wollongong 2013 officially kicks off this Friday night.
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Latest news from Aus. This is what happens when you start beef in the graffiti world. Warning: NSFW.
From Deb & Sofles in Melbourne.
Steve Cross is a multi-talented artist, working across many mediums, including spraypaint, pencil and tattoos. Originally from Perth, Wild Western Australia, he now resides in Melbourne, where he co-runs Korpus Tattoo Studio. We caught up with the all-round b-boy for a chat about his murky past and inky fingers.
Tell us about your studio, Korpus…
Korpus was founded in 2007, in Brunswick, Melbourne. My good friend, Brian Graydon, and I came up with the concept of an art studio that would also run as a tattoo studio. We figured that if we exposed new images, ideas and concepts to people, we’d break away from that clichéd idea of what a tattoo and a tattoo studio should be. We hoped customers would respond with more of an open mind, which, in turn, would expand the possibilities of what they would want, and what we could illustrate on them. To start with, it was tough, as, initially, we learnt how to tattoo for 12 years, but now we were thrown into the business side of things. Five years on, we have great artists working with us, and we’ve had some amazing people come through. All the people who work, or have worked, at Korpus have been artists that Brian and I have looked up to and wanted to either nurture or learn from.
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