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He began doing street art in Adelaide in 1998, working largely at first with stickers. Dlux only started doing stencils to mass-produce stickers. Dlux moved to Melbourne because of the street-art scene.
Although a powerful presence on the Melbourne streets, Dlux does a large amount of gallery work, and his stencils are always very politically motivated.
He was one of the most active street artists in Melbourne and has since returned to Adelaide.
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- Jake Smallman; Carl Nyman (2005). Stencil graffiti capital : Melbourne. New York: Mark Batty Publisher. ISBN 0-9762245-3-4.
- May's Sydney. 1 April 2005. (Featured artist).
- Stencil art world draws the line 8 May 2007
- National Gallery of Australia entry on DLUX
- Norman, James, "Graffiti goes upmarket", The Age, Melbourne, Australia, 16 August 2003. It includes some information on DLUX.
- "Make Stencils Not War" - a work by Dlux
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