Weekly Dig Press and Review

Bomb It is not just another graf-flick. It brings you back to day one, then up to the wild styles of tomorrow—from the streets of Philly to the rise and fall of NYC trains, to some real gangster shit in Los Angeles.. Doing the story honorable justice, director Jonathan Reiss explores the expression of ups through different cultures and nations. Interviews with the artists tell the story in the words of the writers themselves—including the legendary Zephyr, the teacher KRS-One and the king of the Bronx himself, Cope2. Traveling the globe, it gives you a taste of many styles: Writers paint on trains and walls for political reasons, or to just plain wreck shit. One thing is for sure—after watching this, you’re gonna want to write on something.

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