Vanderlism about Molotow Premiums and Blue Flame Paint in Action

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Only one weekend ago Authority Clothing arranged the Bennett’s Lane Collaboration. Melbourne artist Emily Vanderlism painted  with Molotow Premiums and the new Blue Flame paint by Molotow at the Bennett’s Lane Jazz club. Here the first flicks and an exclusive artist feedback about why Emily likes Molotow and really enjoyed working with the new Blue Flame paint.

‘I’m VANDERLISM, street artist and illustrator born and raised in Melbourne.

Best known for my ‘girl’ illustrations that are somewhat beautiful and innocent with a streak of darkness and intrigue. As a creative it’s important to keep evolving and now I’m bringing my girls to the street at a larger than life scale. Although I’ve worked with other paint before, when I discovered Molotow Beltons I fell in love! I especially loved the transparency range and the low pressure was perfect for detailed work with blending and building up tone.

Here I painted one of my girls for Authority Clothing in Bennett’s Lane opposite the Jazz Club and got to try out the Flame Blue range. I was extremely impressed! It had that low pressure I liked, low odor and the stock caps worked so nicely with them – usually I’d have to get a skinny caps but I didn’t need to.

Definitely will be using them again!’


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