Tues Ironlak Team graffiti Gold Coast Old Bones

Old Bones – The Original Ironlak Team

In late 2006, Ironlak spray paint had been on store shelves for about two years, and was starting to gain momentum. As a brand built by writers, we were always working with our peers to improve what we were doing, and make the product better for everyone painting with it. Supporting writers is embedded in

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Sirum Mural Ironlak

SIRUM – ‘Omnituens’

SIRUM painted this Southern Boobook Owl, common across Australia though rarely seen. The word ‘Omnituens’ Is Latin for ‘All Seeing’. The Owl is significant as its symbology is very important across many different cultures past and present. It symbolises protection / wisdom and is one of the most highly regarded animal spirit guardians. SIRUM Website

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Juddy Roller, Benalla, streetart, ironlak

‘Wall to Wall’ Festival

Shot/cut Edward Whitfield. Presented by Juddy Roller with the support of Benalla Street Art Committee ‘Wall to Wall’ was the first Regional Contemporary Art Festival to be held in Victoria in late March. The festival focused on rejuvenating Benalla, a Regional town of Victoria. Bringing together local and international street artists to transform 13 walls

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Rehlhatna Dubai – World’s Longest Graffiti Scroll Ironlak Family Luke Shirlaw

Watch: Rehlhatna, Dubai – World’s Longest Graffiti Scroll

In November 2014, as the people of the United Arab Emirates were gearing up to celebrate their 43rd year as a country, the Ironlak Family set off towards the Middle East from their respective corners of the globe. In Dubai the Lak Fam joined over 100 artists from around the world in an ambitious attempt

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