The NB574 project began back in March and in the months since, the locally based production team have followed the day-to-day of five guys who lead pretty interesting lives.

In the fourth and final installment, Raph Rashid takes us to Boogie Festival where both his Taco Truck and Beatbox Kitchen burger van feed the hungry festival-goers.

Street artist Meggs helps his Everfresh Studio colleagues move into their temporary home at the NGV Studio space in Federation Square while also preparing for his London show. Lead guitarist, Vinci Andanar visits family in the Philippines before knuckling down to record Golden Fields’ new EP.

Tristan Ceddia, freelance graphic designer and newlywed, shows off the mock up for his new book Doubles and introduces us to his wife, and fashion designer Jimmy Bliggs settles into his new studio in Collingwood and launches his brand Grand Scheme in Melbourne.

While it’s been fun, all good things must come to an end, and sadly this installment marks the final chapter in the NB574 project. Over the last four months these mini documentaries have provided a unique insight into the lives of these young creatives.

Go to NB574.com.au you see all four video diaries.