1. Adnate, Smug and Sofles @ Northland Shopping Centre


    from Ed Whitfield / Added

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    Northland Shopping Centre has commissioned three leading street artists to create a graphic installation that will showcase the personality of Victoria’s largest Shopping Centre in the North. The three feature artists include Smug, Adnate and Sofles with the four day large-scale installation commencing tomorrow morning. British talent Smug, who has been hailed globally as one of the world’s most talented photo-realistic street artists, will be teaming up with two of Australia’s leading street artists Adnate and Sofles to collectively design and deliver a unique and ‘North’ inspired graphic. The world first collaboration comes off the back of a new initiative from Northland Shopping Centre which aims to better utilise its key spaces to help showcase local and international talent, as well as support innovative projects and events. Michael Bickers, Northland Centre Manager explains. “We wanted to explore the idea of creating more interesting spaces at the centre. A high-profile street art installation was suggested so we took the time to search for the right kind of artists who understood the Northland brand. On discovering local talent Adnate, who is famous for photo-realistic works in Fitzroy, Melbourne’s North and the CBD, we immediately saw a connection. Adnate was keen to be involved and invited internationally renowned Scottish street artist Smug and Brisbane talent Sofles to join the project. Together they have an incredible style supported by their huge fan following – we couldn’t be happier.” Credits Artists Adnate (www.demandattention.com.au) Smug (www.facebook.com/smuggraffiti) Sofles (www.sofles.com) Video shot and cut by EdInFocus (www.edinfocus.com) Co-ordinator Shaun Hossack from Juddy Roller (www.juddyroller.com.au) Final Photos Thank you to Lorraine Ellis for the photos of the finished wall (www.facebook.com/streetsmart)

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    • Matmos - Charles Street Parking Lot At Metro Gallery


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      Charles Street Parking Lot At Metro Gallery, Baltimore. MD, USA, 2014.

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      • DabsMyla move from the backstreets of Melbourne to the Hollywood Hills


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        Dabs and Myla made their names in the street art movement around Melbourne. They have moved to the USA where they are now showing in mainstream galleries across the country.

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        • Greg St. Pierre and Andrew Bernstein - "A. Location" Live at the Metro Gallery (Full Set)


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          Greg St. Pierre conducts a live visual performance to the music of Andrew Bernstein for Sight Unseen as part of Videopolis at the Metro Gallery in Baltimore, MD on June 10, 2013. All video was being produced through a video modular analog synthesizer as well as added effects that were then processed and mapped to various objects on the stage. The way the music directly syncs with not only pattern but the objects themselves are controlled manually over time. Filmed and edited by Guy Werner.

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          • Paul White Time-lapse of a drawing


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            A time lapse showing the progression of a pencil drawing over 30 hours by artist Paul White. Film production by Johnny Blank. More from the artist Paul White here: http://www.paulwhiteart.com https://www.facebook.com/paulwhiteart More from the filmmaker Johnny Blank here: http://www.johnnyblank.com

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            • Metro Gallery Live Paint day - May 4th 2013


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              Metro Gallery Live Paint Day, May 4th 2013 Featuring ADNATE, DVATE & SHIDA. http://metrogallery.com.au http://jonasmarnell.com

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              • DABS MYLA - Double Feature


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                Australian duo DABS MYLA returned to their hometown of Melbourne for their first solo show on native soil in four years. This Artist Driven spotlight sees the couple adding their colorful works to various surfaces in the city – with subtle nods to other Artist Driven artists like TYKE, POSE, KC, CRAOLA and VIZIE added in for good measure – before heading to Metro Gallery for an LRG-sponsored show packed to capacity with people energized to see the installations they had created. Music: Sada Okwsa by Takeshi Terauchi and The Bunnys Flood’s New Light by Thee Oh Sees Shot and edited by Jonas Marnell

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                • DABS MYLA DOUBLE FEATURE


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                  • "Too High To Heal" Herakut : Metro Gallery


                    from Michael Danischewski / Added

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                    Metro Gallery was proud to present Herakut’s premiere Australian exhibition, Too High To Heal. It is the first time the acclaimed German street art duo have exhibited their work in Australia. Starting off as individual street artists, Hera (Jasmin) and Akut (Falk), joined forces in 2004 to become Herakut, and have been selling out shows internationally since. Too High To Heal was shown exclusively at Metro Gallery, Melbourne, Australia. Herakut http://www.herakut.de/ Film production by Michael Danischewski www.michaeldanischewski.tumblr.com

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                    • Chinese New Year Trailer


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