Watch As An Empty Australian Warehouse Transforms Into A Street Art Masterpiece

Mayors of major cities often consider street art a threat to maintaining order and decency, but the practice is being embraced as much as ever in communities around the world.

The Australian paint company Ironlak sponsors a team of street artists and markets directly to them. As part of their advertising campaign, Ironlak created a short film with videographer Selina Miles and the graffiti artists Sofles, Fintan Magee, Treas, and Quench — and it is incredible.

We normally would point you to highlights of a video lasting just over five minutes, but we doubt you’ll want to skip anything. Watch time-lapse footage of four professional artists using an entire warehouse as their canvas:

DJ Butcher’s soundtrack is available for free download on his Facebook page.

This project, by the way, was done legally, but unsolicited graffiti is still illegal in Australia.

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