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DOES – Concrete Shadows

The Dutch artist returns to Brisbane for BSAF

DOES from the Netherlands returned to Australia recently for Brisbane Street Art Festival.

During his stay, he applied some concrete to this red brick wall in QUT University Gardens Point, and then proceeded to add many layers of colour to the equation – primarily coats of blue and green paint, chosen to complement Brisbane’s blue skies, and surrounding lush greenery of the Botanical Gardens.

Artillery’s Luke Shirlaw was on hand to capture the process. Here’s some of the photographs below.

Read the story (and see additional photographs) on DOES’s fine website right HERE.

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Digital DOES QUT Brisbane Street Art Festival

Keep up with DOES:
Website: digitaldoes.com
Instagram: @digitaldoes

Luke Shirlaw Instagram: @dymskov

Brisbane Street Art Festival: bsafest.com.au

Published: 05 July 2019
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