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11 June 2015

Step inside




The Lord Gladstone pub on Regent Street in Chippendale, inner city Sydney was the focus of an article in April entitled ‘Raw and Unedited’. 
It focused on the powerful raw graphics that had been engaged on the pub’s street facade whilst renovations were occurring within.

Well, one very cold evening shiftazine passed through the street doors and found a space out the back that was 
full of beauty, energy and visual life that warmed us to our toes and hearts. 

The raw street graphics that had been placed on the street fa├žade, delivered on the expectation that a sense of something true and exciting would be found within. 
Art rocks.