17.06.13 by Jeff

SOFLES

Graffiti artist painter SOFLES
This graffiti video wins the award for best filming/editing. Sofles covers an abandoned area with all kinds of work, captured in a series of continuous moving time-lapses. I saw his work everywhere when I was there in April. Watch the video below!

sofles.com

Shot and edited by Selina Miles

ironlak.com













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Kori

    I love this!

  • Andrew

    whoa

  • nice

  • Nelson Duarte

    Correct me if i’m wrong, but almost sure that this warehouse is located in Maia, a city in middle of Porto, Portugal

    • hmm the video was posted by Ironlak Australia and I thought I remembered reading it was Melbourne. Ill try to find more info

      • Pi

        It is in Maia for sure ;)

      • i can’t find any info, can you provide a link to information otherwise I’ll leave it as just an abandoned area

      • Pi

        i can’t provide a link, but i’m pretty sure. he has been with some people i know here in portugal. anyway, maybe the location is not that relevant, since ironlak didn’t release the info. i guess that abandoned area is the best way to describe it

      • haha maybe they don’t wanna blow up the spot!

  • Esme jarrell

    Wow, this is really great.

  • ben kelly

    MUTE. BUTTON.





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