Street University Schools Liverpool in Graffiti

Students and invitees of The Street University showcase their artistic talent at the first ever Liverpool Street Art Festival. Performing live, these artists, both new and old to the medium of graffiti, battle against one another in a match of ‘Tag Team Wrestlers’.
The previously drab parking lot in South West Sydney has been transformed by the efforts of the university students. Three artists in particular, Kim Ngo, Daniel Pritchard, and Drew Funk, discuss the inspiration behind their paintings, and the importance of The Street University in bringing legal graffiti into the mainstream of art culture.
Music credit: Richard Neho, Liverpool Street Performer

Video and Interviews by Tayla Bosley

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