Graffiti artists' massive paint job

Last updated 11:50 27/11/2013

Street artists transform an empty building into a masterpiece

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Four graffiti artists, an abandoned warehouse scheduled for demolition, and an unlimited amount of paint.

The Brisbane warehouse was scheduled for demolition when graffiti artists Sofles, Fintan Magee, Treas, and Quench decided to give it a new lease on life, covering the walls in their own brand of art.

They teamed up with videographer Selina Miles to spraypaint the entire building, capturing their work in an incredible hyperlapse showing the doubtless days of planning, shooting and painting required to put it together.

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