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Dlux is the nom de plume of James Dodd (born 1977) is an Australian street artist, operating out of Melbourne.


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.[citation needed]

Dlux is also featured in documentary film Rash (2005), which explores the cultural value of street art in Melbourne.[1]

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  1. ^ Rash (2005) – documentary film about Melbourne street art and graffiti. Official website

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