To start this 2017, Selina Miles just released a full film from 2016 ONO’U Tahiti Graffiti Festival, and it’s amazing (which is clearly becoming the norm).
The name of the festival “ONO’U” is inspired on the fusion of two Tahitian words “ONO,” the act of joining one thing to another, and “U” meaning colors, which symbolizes “the meeting of colors” in Tahiti through the art of graffiti.
The festival primarily aims to become a major international rendez-vous for urban contemporary art located in the heart of the South Pacific Ocean.
Selina is a 29 year old videographer from Brisbane (Australia) who has been working in film for 8 years. She started shooting videos for Ironlak and became an internet sensation for the video she did for graffiti artist SOFLES entitled “Limitless”. The video has more than 11 million views on YouTube.
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