Category Archives: Movie
The documentary The Art Of Hustle highlights street artist Tysen Knight‘s growth in the culture of street art with a perfect balance between risk and reward. Street art has become a hustle for worldwide recognition.
A heist movie, screwball comedy and documentary all rolled into one big paint splattered ball, The Banksy Job is about art, crime, authentication, ongoing feuds and a famous statue that, when it is reintroduced to the marketplace, could be worth millions.
The Painted Oceans feature documentary film will follow the trajectory of 7 of the world’s most famous street artists; SHEPARD FAIREY, HOW & NOSM, FURURA 2000, LONDON POLICE & TRISTAN EATON, as they live together for a month on the abandoned Maunsell Sea forts and paint them. We will follow them from beginning to end, capturing all of the ups and downs along the way. We hope to tell a very personal story as each artist goes against the odds and risks everything to paint epic murals in the middle of the ocean.
- via The Orion
CITYFIED adj. – the characteristic of or adjusted to an urban environment.
Renowned for its vibrant selection of graffiti art and a hub for wildlife and media, the Southwest city of Bristol embraces a diverse range of people and cultures. Past the commonplace scenes of traffic jams, shopping malls and suburban neighbourhoods are graffiti artists, peregrine falcons, painters, badgers and the elusive red foxes. These elements are the characteristics of this urban environment and some of the key components that have shaped Bristol into a remarkable and inspirational city to live in.
Filmed and produced by James Ewing | Wild Times Media
This film is based on the true story of Shepard Fairey’s first act of street art during his time at Rhode Island School of Design from 1989-1992.
- via The Orion
Following successful screenings across Europe, Toasters are pleased to release their film ‘Everywhere’. The movie looks at the origins of their work, the preparation and execution of some of their most recognisable pieces as well as exclusive interviews.
Since 1999, before the term ‘Street Art’ was even conceived, the acclaimed Toaster image has been prolifically and obsessively placed across the world by three people. Using stickers, posters and stencils on the streets along with banners in football stadiums and flags at music festivals their iconic Toaster has
- via The Orion
A not-for-profit, comprehensive, global documentary on Street Art. Assembled and contributed to by over 15 artists all over the world, “Heart Transplant” strives to bring a much needed sense of heart to such a controversial art form. These artists risk their lives to put their art up, for free, at hours of the day and night you’d rather be relaxing or sleeping, simply for the sake of art. We are not criminals – We are artists.
This documentary is intended to be an educational film approachable by anyone – you don’t need to be a street art expert to enjoy the film. It’s a very neutral documentary – it insults neither side of the great “street art” debate. Instead, it’s purpose is to explain the passion of street artists.
Heart Transplant : A Street Art Documentary Facebook Page, right HERE.