DOES (interviewed) just put us on to a promo shot by Carl Allison for his newest show Between the Lines opening at Rancho Notorious on the 14th. Really dope video, and a preview style that you normally don’t see for gallery openings:
Again, check out Digitaldoes for more information, and also a nice interview by Australia-based graff blog Invurt.
DOES, on his grind and keeping the works fresh, that’s what we like to see.
We don’t how we slept on part 1, but kick your Friday off right to the chill vibes of the TMD crew taking over Miami shot by ASKEW, KOST and RIMONI. From ASKEW‘s description:
In December 2010, 15 members of TMD crew ventured from New Zealand and Australia to attend Primary Flight in Miami. This 3 part video series offers a glimpse into TMD’s unique perspective and experiences during the event.
Yo, we dig this, just straightforward, honest footage- very well edited and cut, and with that David Dallas (swaggin’ as usual) soundtrack, everything just pops. And of course, Ironlak tearin’ up a huge wall in Miami. We forgot to post part 1 a while back so here it is:
Good Vibes all around. Come chill in DC some time homies!
via Ironlak, and TMD blog
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The Ironlak crew out of Australia always has some next-level pieces, not to mention some beautiful photography and videos to accompany the experience. We’ve been telling you over and over to get on Flickr and add Ironlak as a contact because you can catch crazy previews like these:
These guys absolutely destroy. Their letter forms, while fluid and ever-changing, still remain idiosyncratic (Especially Askew and Pose, who are really diverging into other media and getting picked up by a lot of stateside sources). Does is no exception with some superb wall to canvas translations of his typical styles.
I Love Letters is Does‘ solo opening on March 10, 2011 at the Lo-Fi Gallery in Syndey, Australia. A bit of hike I know, but wish we could get some live coverage…
image courtesy of ironlak
image courtesy of ironlak
Above sold out his first solo show at Lo-Fi Gallery in Sydney, Australia last week. Ironlak, as usual, on point with outstanding photography and coverage of the event. Here’s the last installment in a series of process vids produced by the man himself:
I’m telling you, you have to think about these pieces in terms of not just content and medium, but weatherproofing and structural integrity also. Form fits function.