Photography: OJAE – Rave Cave

Posted By Sean Irving |

Melbourne photographer, and well known documenter of anti-social behaviour, OJAE recently spent the night shooting an illegal pop up rave in the Melbourne CBD. Judging by the resulting photos it was heaps of fun, and by all accounts no one ended up getting arrested – which is always a bonus.

Check out the gallery to vicariously live the debauchery yourself.


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