Graffiti Art: You either love it or you hate it. Personally I could look at good graffiti art all day long. Graffiti has the power to bring the dullest of walls and suburban alleyways to life and make long train rides pleasurable. Brisbane City is home to many talented artists and not only of the spray can type. One thing is for sure and that is that human beings love to express themselves. Some do it through Graffiti, some music, some type rope walking.. You get the gist.
When approached by one of Brisbane’s finest graffiti artists ‘Burbz’ i got a tad excited. For one I’ve never filmed and edited a graffiti klip before and two, I love day trips into Brisbane for the foods, shops and various characters you can meet walking around the place. The Brisbane city is stacked with a heap of kool underground shops and graffiti artworks on exhibition. The piece below was done by Mistery And burbz on a legal wall next to the Salvation Army base in the heart of the City right next door to China Town. It took the crew a full day on the cans and some serious time behind the lense to capture it all. Watch the edit and enjoy.
Picture below by: Hazel Parrôtt