Crazy fresh graffiti video showing tons of train actions across Australia, check it out!
City/Country: Sydney, Australia
When did you start writing? Received my pen license in ’06, 10 years after pac died #rip
What’s graffiti for you? The word graffiti derives from the Italian word “graffio” which means “a scratch”. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t think about that every time I paint, which is why I like to scratch the wall a little before I start. For tradition’s sake.
Influences? Howard Arkley. Crazy use of colour, would scratch his canvases before he painted.
Tell us about your city, how is life and graffiti there? The baby boomers are slowly destroying the most beautiful city in the world. They dont believe in coexisting with other generations, their art is bland, their world view is restrictive and the only hope for our city is their impending death.
What keeps you still writing? Boys in blue, graffiti know-it alls and the dream of a boomerless Sydney. #acab #kabb #ストリートアートのおもちゃ
What first made you interested in graffiti and how did you end up on that track
What trends are you seeing now in the graffiti world that you don’t like? Words starting with R, Arrows, Bevels, Top Knots and the Dad Bod.
How would you describe your style? Curvy, in the traditional sense. ample bosom, trim waist and round butt.
Who do you paint for? Painting is a lot like fucking. And a broader stroke would be “what” rather than “who”. So, what do I fuck for, you ask? I fuck for the right to stay up late. i fuck for the right to eat kebabs after midnight. i fuck for the toy who pay waved his 36 pack of Copics. i fuck for the boy who used his friends name in a infringement notice because he was under pressure. i fuck for the girl whos fucking the toy who pay waved his 36 pack of Copics.
Can you remember the first piece you did? Yep. Remember like it was yesterday. Struggled to get it on, Thin walls, Parents came home early, and quickest piece ive ever done.
Future plans? Property ownership, Goal weight of 92.5kg.
What do you do when you’re not painting? I sell calippos and coconut water on bondi beach.
What are the best and worst aspects of graffiti? Trains and Lames.
What writers have inspired you? Set, The Nos, Pud, Sofs, Slor, Ekaer, Charles Dickens.
Can you ever feel tired of graffiti? Writing here about my graffiti makes me tired.
What do you hope people will think and feel when they see your stuff? I want people to think about why I’m doing this, And where i got my 36 pack of copics from.
New video out with traffic footage from Malmö, Sweden. Check it out!
If you haven’t seen this movie be sure to check it out! It’s filled with great actions from all around Europe.
The Ironlak dream began in 2002, when a young graffiti writer from Sydney wanted to offer Australian writers a premium spraypaint brand at an affordable price. As the first Ironlak cans rolled onto shelves in 2004, the price of premium spraypaint was cut dramatically, opening up a whole new world of possibilities for Australian artists. Starting your own spraypaint brand from scratch comes with a (not so) healthy dose of landmines and headaches. The support we’ve received over the years from writers around the world is what drives us to keep pursuing this crazy dream. The original spirit of graffiti lives on. Know who you’re supporting.