Highly energetic, full of color and a playful attitude, it is no wonder that the SOFLES Limitless video went viral. Although it was created for the Australian spray paint brand Ironlak, it looks like an independent project by the graffiti artist group themselves. The SOFLES Limitless video has an air of authenticity about it that is hard not to appreciate.
Directed and filmed by Selina, the SOFLES Limitless video starts off with the group dressed in white jumpsuits, sitting in an all-white room that is suddenly attacked by a spinning spray paint machine. From there it explores their own work as they tag an abandoned Brisbane warehouse. With the pulsating beats by DJ Butcher, the SOFLES Limitless video received the THRWD ‘Best Graffiti Video Award of the Year.' It used over 700 cans of paint.
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