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MAGAZINE // Street Struck Issue 2

2013 was a very good year for magazine’s in Australia, particularly Melbourne. A couple of noteworthy Clouded Thoughts, Issue 5 of Don’t Sleep, the always reliable Dirty Deeds, Crunch Time’s second instalment and the introduction of Street Struck. The all Melbourne based magazine was another must-have publication from this city, with its feature articles crossing multiple facets…

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BUY // Street Struck Volume 02

After dropping it’s inaugural issue in August last year, the team behind Street Struck are releasing the sophomore edition of it’s all Melbourne magazine. Featuring a ton of images from in and around the city, plus articles on local sprayers Leo and The GDS Crew, Street Struck is another example of a top quality local production. Available…

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MAGAZINE // Clouded Thoughts #18

It’s hard to believe that this is the first issue of Clouded Thoughts I’ve featured on Arty Graffarti, particularly as it’s a bit of an institution in the Australian graffiti scene. For those that don’t know, Clouded Thoughts is an Australian made graffiti periodical that drops every 6 or so months and unlike some other…

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REVIEW // Street Struck Volume 1

There are people out there that think the internet has killed graffiti and, in some cases, I tend to agree, but I am one of those who also chooses not to except. Maybe it’s my age, but I can’t really stand sitting at a computer screen [or even mobile device, these days] waiting to see…

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BUY THIS // Don’t Sleep Issue No. 5

Melbourne based photography publication, Don’t Sleep, has just released it’s 5th issue and it is looking as good as always. Featuring articles and images from the likes of: Puzle, Dmote, Anna Delany, Ojae, OG23, Aeon and plenty more, this one is sure to be a treat for those who like sharp photography, graffiti, tattoo’s and…

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VIDEO // Street Struck Magazine Coming Soon

Melbourne’s a city who’s DIY culture is pretty heavy, the graffiti spectrum is no different. From books, zines and screenprints, artists and writers are putting out their own work, by any means neccassary. One of the latest incarnations will be this upcoming magazine with scenes and pieces from across the country and neighboring New Zealand,…