Bomb It got reviewed in the April issue of Wholelife Times. Here’s an excerpt:
While the film profiles some anti-graffiti activists, they all come across a little wacky, allowing a true renegade spirit to shine through. The filmmakers, like the writers themselves, see street art as a response to a homogenized global culture that sells off public space to private developers and to advertisers without first consulting the public — which has left individual members of the public aesthetically impotent — and angry. Graffiti, then, is the perfectly insidious way to piss off the status quo and get plenty of positive attention at the same time.