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GOOZ – ‘Indo Streets’

”Hot, muggy, dirty, and absolute chaos.”

imageGraffiti writer GOOZ visits Jakarta, Bandung, and Yogyakarta to take in the sights, the culture and meet and paint with the locals.

GOOZ from Sydney recently returned to Indonesia, this time, his sights set firmly on Jakarta, Bandung, and Yogyakarta.

Here’s the intro to the trip from the dude himself:

“Jakarta is hard to describe if you haven’t been there and seen it yourself, it’s a huge city that is quite hard to navigate around especially as a foreigner. The place is hot, muggy, dirty and absolute chaos with some of the worst traffic I have ever experienced. Just catching the train around and looking out the window at slums and people living on the side of the tracks is an eye-opening experience and makes you look at life in a new way. I don’t think you could ever get bored exploring this city.” –GOOZ

“When you paint in Australia, and most places in the world, you don’t want anybody seeing you and calling the cops. So it was a shock to me when the spot we were painting was on a busy main road in front of loads of people.”

To see GOOZ getting cold-funky in the streets of Indonesia, watch the video of his journey below. And peep the rest of his story over at BSP Clothing.

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GOOZ in Jakarta graffiti streets

Published: 26 June 2018
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