On Wednesday 12 May, Urban Culture became ZENITH and Adelaide’s design community were treated to a street party with special guests, local graffiti artist Joel Moore (aka PASSAGE 33) AND B-BOY Don – a season finalist in So You Think You Can Dance.
May 27th, 2010
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