Melbourne Graffiti and other cool stuff



D&N 2016

Dens 2


Aint No Half Steppin…

Aint no half steppin 2


Nice little tree house

Nice little tree house

Cool underwater photography..




Steel.. Scrap yard 05



Graphic stylee

graphic 2


Toledo Station – Naples



Where The Wild Things Roam….

Where The Wild Things Roam....


Old Skorn steel getting the buff…

MrDheo x Sofles

Dmoter.. Rockin it again!



Cool graphics..

Wicked mural by MOT in France…


Chillin out like an Orangutan ….

Very Cool tattoo – Unknown artist


Good poster


London Underground Tube Tent…

Very Cool stage…

R.I.P Stay High 149

Tape revival…

MCA Tribute by Aroe

RIP Adam “MCA” Yauch

Beastie Boys were such an influence on my youth and for many years after.. MCA will leave a long lasting legacy… Respect and it is a great loss…..

Tribute from the website…

It is with great sadness that we confirm that musician, rapper, activist and director Adam “MCA” Yauch, founding member of Beastie Boys and also of the Milarepa Foundation that produced the Tibetan Freedom Concert benefits, and film production and distribution company Oscilloscope Laboratories, passed away in his native New York City this morning after a near-three-year battle with cancer. He was 47 years old.

Born in Brooklyn, New York, Yauch taught himself to play bass in high school, forming a band for his 17th birthday party that would later become known the world over as Beastie Boys.

With fellow members Michael “Mike D” Diamond and Adam “Adrock” Horovitz, Beastie Boys would go on to sell over 40 million records, release four #1 albums–including the first hip hop album ever to top the Billboard 200, the band’s 1986 debut full length, Licensed To Ill–win three Grammys, and the MTV Video Vanguard Lifetime Achievement award. Last month Beastie Boys were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, with Diamond and Horovitz reading an acceptance speech on behalf of Yauch, who was unable to attend.

In addition to his hand in creating such historic Beastie Boys albums as Paul’s Boutique, Check Your Head, Ill Communication, Hello Nasty and more, Yauch was a founder of the Milarepa Fund, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting awareness and activism regarding the injustices perpetrated on native Tibetans by Chinese occupational government and military forces. In 1996, Milarepa produced the first Tibetan Freedom Concert in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, which was attended by 100,000 people, making it the biggest benefit concert on U.S. soil since 1985’s Live Aid. The Tibetan Freedom Concert series would continue to stage some of the most significant benefit shows in the world for nearly a decade following in New York City, Washington DC, Tokyo, Sydney, Amsterdam, Taipei and other cities.

In the wake of September 11, 2001, Milarepa organized New Yorkers Against Violence, a benefit headlined by Beastie Boys at New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom, with net proceeds disbursed to the New York Women’s Foundation Disaster Relief Fund and the New York Association for New Americans (NYANA) September 11th Fund for New Americans–each chosen for their efforts on behalf of 9/11 victims least likely to receive help from other sources.

Under the alias of Nathanial Hörnblowér, Yauch directed iconic Beastie Boys videos including “So Whatcha Want,” “Intergalactic,” “Body Movin” and “Ch-Check It Out.” Under his own name, Yauch directed last year’s Fight For Your Right Revisited, an extended video for “Make Some Noise” from Beastie Boys’ Hot Sauce Committee Part Two, starring Elijah Wood, Danny McBride and Seth Rogen as the 1986 Beastie Boys, making their way through a half hour of cameo-studded misadventures before squaring off against Jack Black, Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly as Beastie Boys of the future.

Yauch’s passion and talent for filmmaking led to his founding of Oscilloscope Laboratories, which in 2008 released his directorial film debut, the basketball documentary Gunnin’ For That #1 Spot and has since become a major force in independent video distribution, amassing a catalogue of such acclaimed titles as Kelly Reichardt’s Wendy and Lucy, Oren Moverman’s The Messenger, Banksy’s Exit Through The Gift Shop, Lance Bangs and Spike Jonze’s Tell Them Anything You Want: A Portrait Of Maurice Sendak, and many more.

Yauch is survived by his wife Dechen and his daughter Tenzin Losel, as well as his parents Frances and Noel Yauch.


Mallorca Trip.. Port De Soller


Amazing!!! – Tron Inspired Light Suit Dance Routine

Japanese dance crew Wrecking Orchestra perform this incredibly choreographed LED light suit routine

Artist suspends real clouds in the middle of the room

That’s not photoshop; that’s an actual cloud hovering inside an actual room. Artist Berndnaut Smilde merges art and science to create small man-made clouds that exist — albeit for just a moment — indoors.

Smilde uses a fog machine to make the actual clouds, but also carefully regulates the humidity and temperature. Even so, these installations exists for a mere moment before dissipating inside the room. If you’re not there in the moment, then you only get to experience these brief scientific sculptures as photographs.

Insects in the rain…

92-93? Den one

Rare Jimi Hendrix tape…


Aeroglyphics Festival Perth 94?

Reach, Denim – (Unfinished background) Part of the ‘Aeroglyphics’ Festival in Perth 1994?. A festival showcasing a lot of Australia’s finest artist  as well as Gor FBI, Mode 2, Loomit. Cant find pics of the rest of the jam unfortunately. Will put them up if I do…

Discombobulated… Show in Adelaide…

Did some work for new show coming up in Adelaide for the Fringe Festival

Very cool.. Rubics Art

Fresh KAB TDC train Commission


Amazing Underwater Hotel…

WCA Blockbuster stylee – 92…

Circa 92 – Old faded and slashed in this pic.. Can’t find original pics. Pic borrowed off Melbourne Oldschooler Blog.

Backyard Hitachi train house..

Cool Dj Booth..