For a limited time (and while stocks last) the MTN Nitro 2G 400ml black spray paint is just $6 a can. The MTN Nirto 2G 400ml black is low pressure with a matt finish. It’s the perfect tool for outlining over the top of all other paint including wet chrome with its “Silver Killer” technology.
A fresh Molotow PREMIUM delivery has just hit our shelves. The PREMIUM is not only outstanding through its high opacity and very good UV-resistance, but also by its fast drying. Art works will remain as long as possible, while short drying times enable you to work quickly. With so many vibrant and lush colours to choose from, the Molotow PREMIUM is the no. 1 reference spray can in the scene.
22 brand new colours have Ironlak have just been added, bring the total range of spray paint colours to 137. Which colours will you try? Grab some today from 567King – The number one stop for #ironlak in Sydney. We have the full range!
We’ve just had a new shipment of the incredible Sprayground backpacks touch down at the store at 567 King and they are now available to purchase in Australia. All bags are made strong and sturdy to provide durability and have clever compartments for laptops, books, sunglasses and so on and even have hidden stash pockets. Simply put, these are the best backpacks you will find.
Check out some of the crazy designs we have on offer.
THE COLLABORATION THAT ALTERED MUSIC — AND POPULAR CULTURE.
It’s 1986. Rap music is explosive and on the rise but still misunderstood and barely represented in the mainstream. The leading innovators are Run-DMC, a trio from Queens who sport black leather jackets and unlaced Adidas sneakers. Two albums into their career, Joseph “Run” Simmons, Darryl “DMC” McDaniels and Jason “Jam Master Jay” Mizell are already minor stars and musical revolutionaries. For their third album, producer Rick Rubin, a 22-year-old white kid from New York University, comes up with a crazy idea: He recruits Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, the leaders of the down-and-out arena-rock group Aerosmith, to collaborate with Run-DMC on a new version of their 1970s staple “Walk This Way.”
The rappers hate the idea. The rockers, struggling with drugs and low record sales, don’t know what to make of Rubin’s pitch. But on a Sunday in March, they meet in a Manhattan recording studio to create what will become one of the most important songs of the modern pop era. This is the oral history of Run-DMC’s cover of “Walk This Way.”
Ever found yourself lost in a daydream? British artist CHEO has his head in the clouds on the daily. Constructing colourful wonderlands complete with personality-filled creatures that could only come from the mind of an illustrative prodigy. In this dream, he brings to life two pen-wielding sharks using Ironlak Strikers Tri-Grip Twin Markers for the colouring and Ironlak Permanent Markers for outlining.