A portrait of Shalak Attack when she lived in Sao Paulo, Brazil. O Coletivo Efêmmera, is a group of young women artists that use street culture as a platform for work, including young
women using photography, graffiti, skateboarding, music and various other types of urban interventions to communicate with society and themselves.
Created by: O Coletivo Efêmmera. Directed by: Isabela Gregório. Videography: Tinho Sousa. Editor: Monique Ramos.
Showing the process of our mural creation, we are also interested in storytelling and trying to create a certain ambiance for the final mural. Diamonds of Extinction, mural and video by the Clandestinos, Bruno Smoky and Shalak Attack. Toronto, Canada. 2014.
This video is about the Mural GODIMEN that was painted downtown Sao Paulo, Brasil, in 2012, by the four graffiti artists: Shalak, Smoky, Sapiens, and Enetres. It is a visual portrait of the homeless in a Babilonia, where much too often humanity becomes invisible, and is replaced by violence.
Produced in Canada 2013 by the Clandestinos Films, Shalak & Smoky.
Shalak Attack and Bruno Smoky (the Clandestinos) participated in Malbec Takes Over The Streets, a worldwide project to promote the Malbec Wines of Argentina. The Clandestinos painted a mural in Sao Paulo, Brazil, representing Malbec in Latin America.
Mural created by Shalak Attack, Bruno Smoky, Nick Sweetman, and Jeff Blackburn for the FAR CRY 4 launch by Ubisoft in Toronto on November 1st 2014.
In September 2012, the Essencia Colletive collaborates with the Guarani First Nations, Tekoa Pyau, from the Pico Do Jaragua, Sao Paulo, Brazil. This is a short documentary about this community and the first artistic intervention by the Essencia Collective in the reservation. "Nhandebarete" means Empowerment in the Guarani Language, the title of the Graffiti Mural and video.
The video was produced in Brasil 2012 by members of the Essencia Collective: Shalak & Smoky.
Graffiti Freestyle in Praia Mongagua, Sao Paulo, Brazil. May 2013. Graffiti artists: Joks, Smoky, Sapiens, Shalak!!! Images by: Shalak, Smoky, Gabriele Mesquita. Video edited and Music remixed by: Shalak.
51 artists share their urban art expressions from Brazil and the world in the Museum of Sculpture of Sao Paulo (MUBE). The documentary shows the process of achieving and what they think the artists participating in the II International Biennial of Graffiti Fine Art. Shalak Attack participated in the Graffiti Fine Art II (GFA II) representing Canada in 2013
Charlie Inman, from London, films the Graffiti scene in Rio de Janeiro in 2012, interviewing different street artists during Meeting of Favela in Duque de Caxias. Shalak Attack speaks of her experience of Graffiti Culture and how it changes in different countries.