1. Fabulous Secret Powers


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    Experiment in 2D animation remixing, compositing, and harnessing the raw energy of dance. This is where it all started, folks. Official MP3 Single Available Now: ♪ iTunes ► http://bit.ly/HeyyeyaaiTunes ♪ Amazon ► http://bit.ly/HeyyeyaaAmazon ♪ Google ► http://bit.ly/HeyyeyaaGoogle Credits: Fabulous Secret Powers - created by Ryan Haines & Jay Allen, 2005, SLACKCiRCUS http://youtu.be/FR7wOGyAzpw Cover art by Nina Matsumoto http://space-coyote.tumblr.com/ Song is a parody cover of "What's Up" by 4 Non Blondes ©1992 Interscope Records http://youtu.be/6NXnxTNIWkc "He-Man & The Masters of the Universe" is property of Classic Media Inc. http://www.classicmedia.tv/

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    • Scratching the Surface


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      SCRATCHING THE SURFACE Featuring - Beastman, Max Berry, Numskull, Phibs & Roach June 2010 - Sydney, Australia Shot on location at Westsyde Connection and Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney Video - Matt Fezz & Glenn Stewart Music - "Scout" by Sailmaker Presented by [weAREtheIMAGEmakers] www.watim.com The Opening Hours www.theopeninghours.com.au Ironlak www.ironlak.com Creative Sydney www.creativesydney.com.au Limited edition signed giclee prints of the wall are available from Stupid Krap. There are only 25 prints available, so get in quick! www.stupidkrap.com http://stupidkrap.cart.net.au/details/2834648.html

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      • Outpost Project - Art from the Streets | TVC


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        Cockatoo Island from November 4 to December 11, 2011 The Outpost Project is all set to transform the gritty industrial spaces of Cockatoo Island into an explosion of urban art. An outcome impossible, without the talent, commitment and energy of more than 150 artists from around the world, all willing to come on a journey with curators Sydney Harbour Federation Trust and aMBUSH Gallery, in a first for the Southern Hemisphere. Renowned international and local artists such us ROA (Belgium), Ethos (Brazil), Kid Zoom (USA/Australia), Anthony Lister (USA/Australia) and the Everfresh Collective (Australia) will illuminate the island with large-scale installations, live art creations including aerosol art, stencilling, paste-ups, sticker art, cup rocking, sculpture, murals and bill boards. Exhibitions and forums will immerse visitors into global street art culture. Must-sees include George Shaw’s Oi You! Collection boasting works by Os Gemeos, Swoon, Faile and the world’s best known and most influential street artist Banksy. The Outpost Project will also exhibit works from the 2011 Australian Stencil Art Prize, a major T-shirt street wear exhibition, the May Lane Street Art Project presented by Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, plus local collectives collaborating with international artists. Against this backdrop, a vibrant live and changing weekend events program offers a mix of grand experiences and unexpected happenings. Street sports will take centre stage with the creation of a vast waterfront skateable plaza setting a scene for Skateboarding Australia's Pro/Am Tour Grand Final. Alongside the action, an array of pop-up bars, retail and gallery spaces, artist battles, demos, DJ’s, tours and art-making projects will cover the island with activity for all ages. The Outpost Project will also present an innovative education program, engaging students with the artists, voices, styles and issues of street art. Escape the mainland and immerse yourself in street art on Cockatoo Island. Rubinee Hoyne, Outpost Project Executive Producer, Sydney Harbour Federation Trust. Visit outpostproject.com.au

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        • Wonderwalls Festival 2013


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          The Hours, Verb Syndicate and Ironlak present WONDERWALLS 8-10 November 2013 A three day street art and graffiti festival in Wollongong, one hour drive south of Sydney, Australia. The festival consists of an art exhibition, artists talks and multiple large scale murals being painted across the beachside town over the whole weekend. All of the events are free for the public to attend. 2013 saw WONDERWALLS return to Wollongong for it’s second year and featured some of Australia’s favourite artists as well as some more national and international guests. SMUG - ASKEW - SHIDA - WONDERLUST - ADNATE - VANS THE OMEGA - PHIBS - FINTAN MAGEE - TWOONE - BEASTMAN - NUMSKULL - ROACH - SCOTT MARSH - THOMAS JACKSON - PUDL - JAE COPP - BAFCAT - IDIOT - SYKE - TRAIT and the Ironlak Family including LINZ - SOFLES - REALS - SIRUM - TREAS More information here - www.wonderwallsfestival.com www.thehours.com.au www.theopeninghours.com.au www.verbsyndicate.com www.ironlak.com Video by David Child - www.david-child.com

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          • Neon Golden - Hong Kong


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            In September 2013, Australian based creative group The Hours curated an exhibition at Above Second Gallery in Hong Kong's Central and Western District. Titled 'Neon Golden', the exhibition featured new works on paper by a collective of world class contemporary, street and graffiti artists who all share a rich history of friendship and collaboration. A lot of the artists involved also travelled from all corners of the world to be in Hong Kong for the exhibition, and to paint as many walls as possible. This is what went down.... Featuring - Fintan Magee, Shida, Rone, Kyle Hughes-Odgers, Beastman, Yok, Sheryo, Numskull, Vans The Omega, Roach, Phibs, Twoone, Jumbo and Thomas Jackson. The Opening Hours - www.theopeninghours.com.au Above Second Gallery - www.above-second.com Ironlak - www.ironlak.com Video shot and edited by Michael Danischewski for The Opening Hours. www.michaeldanischewski.com

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            • Beastman vs 4ZZZ


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              Beastman paints the 4ZZZ Radio Station Building Fortitude Valley Brisbane, Australia August 2010 Music: "Moth Music" by Earwax www.myspace.com/captainearwax Filmed and Edited by: Submarine - www.submarineco.com Thanks: 4ZZZ - www.4zzzfm.org.au Ironlak - www.ironlak.com Max Berry - www.idlepassage.blogspot.com Sam Smith - www.submarineco.com Nine Lives - www.wehaveninelives.com www.beastman.com.au

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              • RTIST.


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                Featuring Artists: Jason Jacenko/ Sofles/ Slicer/ Shida/ Numskull/ Beastman/ Amelia Lackman/ Gimiks Born/ Adnate & Ojae/ Deams/ Itch/ Vans the Omega/ Johnny Duel/ Urban Cake Lady/ Rone/ Stabs/ Phibske/ Lucy Lucy/ Roachy/ Marko Maglaic Rtist Gallery: 29 St. Edmonds Rd, Prahran

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                • Microcosm


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                  MICROCOSM Featuring - Beastman, Creepy, Max Berry & Phibs. December 2010 - Sydney, Australia. Shot on location at LOFI Collective. Video by Matt Fezz. Music "Music is Math" by Boards of Canada. Presented by [weAREtheIMAGEmakers] www.watim.com Ironlak www.ironlak.com LOFI Collective www.wearelofi.com.au/collective Matt Fezz www.mattfezz.com

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                  • Rone, Meggs & Beastman at Work in Progress - Hong Kong


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                    Rone, Meggs & Beastman at Work in Progress Music "Rule the world" by Tears for Fears More than 1,400 people stopped by Friday night for the opening of "Work in Progress" presented by Swire Properties at Somerset House in Taikoo Place, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong. With international artists curated by Hong Kong gallery Above Second and local artists brought by Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation (YAF), the exhibition spans the loading bay and 13th floor of the defunct office space. This exhibition, one of the biggest street art exhibitions ever to be presented in Asia, hopes to change the perspective of individuals about the artistic credibility of street art. The exhibition's dynamic is playful and inspiring, presenting a mix of old and new school techniques and expressing a wide range of international perspectives and styles. The exhibition will be open to the public from June 17th - July 7th. 'WORK IN PROGRESS' 17 June – 7 July 2013 Open 10 am – 7 pm daily Free Admission 979 King’s Road, 13th Floor Somerset House TaiKoo Place, Island East, Hong Kong Participating International Artists: Beastman (AUSTRALIA) Cannonball Press (USA) Cyrcle (USA) Meggs (AUSTRALIA) Rone (AUSTRALIA) Vhils (PORTUGAL) Victor Ash (DENMARK) Guest Artist: Harif Guzman aka Haculla (USA) Guest Artist: Spencer Keeton Cunningham (USA) 'WORK IN PROGRESS' 17 June – 7 July 2013 Open 10 am – 7 pm daily Free Admission 979 King’s Road, 13th Floor Somerset House TaiKoo Place, Island East, Hong Kong Enquiry Number: (852) 2284 4877 Swire's Island East Website: www.islandeast.com.hk Above Second 31 Eastern St, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong +852.3483.7950 info@above-second.com www.above-second.com

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                    • OUTPOST PROJECT


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                      Street art festival at Cockatoo Island on the Sydney Harbour from November 4 to December 11, 2011. Presented by the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust in association with aMBUSH Gallery. Outpost Project will direct the attention to our local street art culture and artists and will offer Australian and international audiences and visitors a great chance to discover what has been happening in Australia for the past few years. For more info visit www.outpostproject.com.au

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