More Press from New Orleans… wrote up a review —

With its hip-hop soundtrack, the film is an entertaining and slickly edited look at the birth and evolution of graffiti. It’s even global in perspective as he interviews artists in Amsterdam, Barcelona, South Africa, Sao Paulo and Tokyo. The arrays of styles and approaches are reason enough to see the film, but Reiss offers an interesting investigation into the class issues of street art and the social implications of marking public spaces and private property.

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