Going back a week or so Anytime Fitness reached out to Cold Krush for a commission to freak the funk at their Mile End location now with this motivating and energectic splash of colour to their entrance the owners were pleasently pleased with the outcome, all in a days work for in-house artist 'Tarns'.CONTACT US IF YOU NEED SOME ARTWORK FOR YOUR BUSINESS OR EVENT.. CONTACT US IF YOU NEED SOME ARTWORK FOR YOUR BUSINESS OR EVENT..
‘He who does creates’
Perfecting his craft since 1997, DOES is a multidisciplinary international artist recognised for his dizzying choice of colours, clean style and eye for detail. Taking root in graffiti art, traditional letterform is Does’s primary love. He maintains that different hand styles betray elements of their owners' emotional landscapes, putting personality traits subconsciously on display. Only using the letters D, O, E and S as a foundation, he continues to elevate these etchings to new heights. Through an explosion of colour and shape, letters assume narrative.
New2 began painting in Australia in the early 1980s. He is an early member of the Da Mad Artists (DMA) crew who were prominent figures in Melbourne's seminal train writing movement.
New2 is still painting on walls, trains and also investigates other areas of his creative field, utilizing paper collage, ceramic versions of his lettering, and wooden sculptures. He has exhibited in both group and solo shows in Australia, United States and Europe.
Whilst his outdoor wall pieces are visually modern and progressive, his work respects the ongoing tradition of letter writing.
New2 is currently working on paper collages for upcoming U.S. shows, exploring techniques to hand print an upcoming book of his artwork and writing material for his most recent band.New2's Blog Link! New2's Blog Link!
Omar is an artist from Adelaide, South Australia.
He started painting in 2001, discovering his love for graffiti whilst skateboarding daily through Honeysuckle Lane in Prospect. There he was exposed to an array from Adelaide’s finest.
You will find Omar pieces on the Outer Harbour line mostly around the Bowden/Brompton area.
His major influences are crews such as TDC, RCF, and FYC.
Masika TDC started his love for graffiti after he started breaking in 1982. In 1983 he met another breaker from Gawler who was also was getting up and peiced in the north of Adelaide on the Gawler line. Masika was living in the Riverland at the time (Country SA) and stayed with his new breaker/writer friend for a couple of weeks. During this time he was introduced to a Young but highly influential writer called Xta-c. He showed Masika the ropes, and Masika fell in love straight away and has been painting ever since.
Masika joined the crew 'TDC' in 1989 after moving to Adelaide from Berri. One of Masika's influences for his artwork, to this day, is surrealism and artist Salvador Dali after being told his work looked very surreal in nature from fellow crew member Perish.
Masika started tattooing in 1998 and has just opened a studio in Blackwood, South Australia. Other than tattooing his studio offers different kind of art related services, murals, paintings, illustration and much more.
His greatest influences in graffiti would be Ces fx. Kab TDC. Punch Wca. and Hex from LA.Keystone Creative Facebook Page! Keystone Creative Facebook Page!
Sirum is from Melbourne, Australia. He started painting in '96 but it wasn't until '98 that he decided to take graffiti on a serious note.
Sirum quickly became addicted to the letter form and thus it became the most important aspect in his works - not technique but style. Ten years later nothing has changed - he's still a slave to the letter. He is also apart of the Ironlak family.Sirum's Website! Sirum's Website!
Fleur is an artist from Adelaide, South Australia.
She was first inspired by noticing Tense 73A tags in the area she grew up in, and pieces by Tarns RCF and the Nasty Arts Crew. Also riding the Outer Harbour and Belair Train lines, watching Style Wars, and checking out the latest burners at Sturt Creek (Adelaide’s largest legal wall).
At 17, Fleur finally picked up the can for the first time and was surprised at how well she could control it. A trip to Melbourne followed, which changed everything when she had her first taste of hitting steel.
Nowadays she spends her time furthering her artistic flair by undertaking studies at Adelaide University and working part time as one of the team at Cold Krush Store/Gallery. She also writes with her crew ‘Overdue Funk’.Fleur's Artwork Link! Fleur's Artwork Link!
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