7 December 2010

AWAY FROM HERE exhibition Sydney. This Saturday. Elana Mullaly, Deb, Kareen Zerefos and Mia Taninaka.

Elana has an artshow in Sydney this weekend. Spread the word and see you there.

More info: Lo FI Collective

4 October 2010

Revok wearing my Grand Scheme colab t-shirt in Montreal.

Revok working on a painting for the Montreal Stock Exchange in Montreal, Quebec.

Check the t-shirt. It's a colab print that I did with Grand Scheme a little while back.

Via: Revok1.com

Interview in HERE TO FAME magazine.

A while ago I was interviewed for a cool little magazine called Here To Fame from the Gold Coast. It dropped a month or so ago and I'm stoked with how it came out.

Check my spreads below and/or download a PDF of the magazine here.

Stay up to date with the mag here: HERE TO FAME.

VIDEO | Ironlak Family in Cairns (with Phibs and Shem).

A few months ago I accompanied members of the Ironlak Family to Cairns. They were visiting North Queensland to paint at the Taste-y Graff Jam. Besides a bit of shitty weather it was a great trip, and it was nice to see Phibs and Shem from Melbourne and some Townsville heads that I hadn't seen in a moment.

Here's the video that we made of the wall the guys painted.

Shot: Luke Shirlaw.
Cut: Selina Miles.

VIDEO | NASH and DOES featuring STORM - Belgium 2010.

The first in a series of videos that I shot a few months ago on a trip to Europe with Ironlak.

This one features Ironlak Team members Does and Storm painting a wall with Nash in Belgium.

Shot: Luke Shirlaw.
Cut: Selina Miles.

26 June 2010

VIDEO and photos | Hell Yeah Magazine T-shirt Shoot.

Hell Yeah magazine #2 launches tomorrow in Brisbane. For this issue I photographed 30 or so people wearing their favourite t-shirt. BIG DAY, but the shoot itself was a whole lot of fun. thanks to everyone who helped make it happen, and a special shout out to my main main Brent Kerr for handling business with the lighting and trying his best to keep me out of the way of said lighting.

Here's a behind the scenes video that Jonathan Baginski (wolfdiary.com) put together:

Hell Yeah Magazine T-shirt Shoot from Wolf on Vimeo.

And a couple of pics from the shoot...

Check the site and cop one at a store near you: Hell Yeah Mag.

Here's the cover:

25 June 2010

VIDEO | Ironlak Team Australia - Byron Bay Roadtrip 2010.

A couple of months ago I went along with my homies in the Ironlak Team for their Byron Bay roadtrip. At first there was no painting planned but you can't get these guys together without SOMETHING going down. So the "no pressure" wall ended up turning into what you see below.

Here's a little video we made of the weekend's activities. I'll post some extra photos from the trip at a later stage.

The Ironlak Team's Byron Bay Roadtrip. Featuring; Tues, Sofles, Sirum, Linz and Reals.

Shot: Luke Shirlaw.
Cut: Selina Miles.

See more photos here: Ironlak blog.

VIDEO | BATES x IRONLAK - Copenhagen 2009.

We dropped this video about a month ago but I shot all the photographs that make up the film when I was in Copenhagen one year ago.

Bates really wanted to not be a person in front of his piece, but rather have the video focussed on the graffiti side of things, keeping things anonymous like it used to be. Rather than screw around with footage, I decided to shot the whole thing in still photographs. I was really happy with how this came together, I think Sel did a great job of stitching this all together.

BATES x IRONLAK - Copenhagen 2009. from Ironlak on Vimeo.


This promo for Reload By Ironlak came out a while ago now, but it's probably one of the favourite video projects that I've been involved with. We were stoked to have Trials and DJ Adfu create a track exclusively for this video and even happier with how the track came out. Thanks gents.

Music: Exclusive track for Reload - "Cambodian Rock" by Trials & ADFU (The Theory of Face)
Shot: Main camera: Luke Shirlaw and second camera: Selina Miles.
Cut: Selina Miles.


Askew TMD - Melbourne, Oct 2009. These were taken at the "Something For Melbourne" event that Ironlak put together.

More photos here: Something For Melbourne 2009 | Event Recap.

Back To The Future...

So I've been awol for a little bit which has resulted in this blog being neglected.

I guess life work got in the way.

I've just returned from Europe, so allow me to dust the cobwebs off this badboy and get things moving again.

Stay tuned...

23 March 2010


This is the first post in what (I hope) will be a weekly look into stuff I'm vibing. The title is borrowed from a Mark Drew print that sits framed above my workspace. The print is in reference to the Naughty By Nature song O.P.P. (Other People's Property). Respekognize.

And now, let the props begin...

I suppose that I can't really begin this chapter of my blog without giving some shine to my boy Mark Drew. After all, I did gank his idea and shamelessly parade it around as if was my own genius invention. Below are a few of my favourite examples of Mark's work that I could find online. To see more click on over to his website here: Making Ends.





I know most people's attention spans won't last long enough to read through this post before they jump off to the next one, so if I can recommend one thing to check out before you depart this page, it's the following documentary; Carts Of Darkness by Murray Siple. At a basic level it tells the story of a group of homeless bottle collectors living in Vancouver, Canada who have invented their own 'sport' of rolling down hills on shopping trolleys. At a deeper level it touches on the idea of being free from spending your life working just to afford things that you don't really need - and just generally surviving outside of the societal system. Having said that, there is definitely an underlying sadness to parts of the film, which is to be expected anytime that a story is told of people that don't have much. I'm certainly not trying to glamourise that with my previous comments. Carts Of Darkness also reveals elements of the filmmaker's own story; Murray is a former snowboarding filmmaker who has spent the last 10 years in a wheelchair and finds himself living vicariously through the downhill shopping trolley antics of his new found friends. I took a lot from this doco, and I must give a nod to Revok, as I discovered this after my friend Tues watched it on Revok's blog.

Next up is on some super nerdy shit, but it's damn amazing at the same time. AFOL (Adult Fans Of Lego) is a blocumentary about grown-ups who never gave up their Lego habit. Given that I have a shelve full of random toys, I was totally psyched on this. Nuff said. Thanks to Jeff for the link to this one.

AFOL A Blocumentary from AFOL on Vimeo.

NY-Z documents Jay-Z's collaboration with Absolut Vodka. I love Jay and I love New York, so this was worth the 15 minutes it takes to watch. My favourite quote inside is "You can't make art with business in mind..."

I'm digging on that TV show How To Make It In America. The first episode didn't completely grab me, but once I made it to episode three I was hooked. Anything that encourages a hustle seems to sit well with me, hell, I've even been listening to the mixtape (Kid Cudi / DJ Green Lantern / Broke Mogul) everyday as I walk through the park to the office. Below is a small doco from the makers of H.T.M.I.I.A which "gives you a inside look on how some skateboarders 'Get By' in the" Rotten Apple.

It's been a bit stressful at times this week, but it's all good 'cause I've had my main man Frank bumping on my speakers. It's impossible to stay tense with that guy around, trust me.

I caught my first 3D flick at the movies on the weekend in the form of Alice In Wonderland. I loved it and all its Tim Burton filled goodness. My favourite character was the scattered, unpredictable, junkie-esque rabbit that hung about with the Mad Hatter. I couldn't find the little furry fucker online, so you'll have to deal with this photo of Johnny Depp holding a much safer and more predictable wabbit. Perhaps this is the aforementioned rabbit prior to drug use?

Retna's new show at New Image Art Gallery in West Hollywood looks incredible. I'd really like to acquire one of these pieces as they are amoungst the most visually inspiring works that I've seen in a minute. I believe the photos were taken by Yuri Hasegawa.

See more here: Known Gallery.

Another series of black and white images that have been doing the rounds this week, much to my liking, are from photographer Ryan McGinley's new exhibition; "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere". These are on every blog imaginable so I'll just share my favourite three images from the series and move along.

You can see more images and read a recent interview conducted by Spike Jonze here: OPENING CEREMONY.

I was stoked to see Brissy lass Megan Cullen got some photographs from her "Tent City" series published alongside a nice story in the latest Lodown Mag from Berlin. Congrats gurl! I really enjoyed the read, and the photos.

Check Megan's new blog here or website here: megancullenphoto.com



Time's up folks. I'll end this post with a little bit of graffiti shit (via: kzergabegallery.com)...

Augor rules!


Over and out...