brighton graffiti bullet pointStreets to Da Gallery - The Beginning Part 1/4

A documentary about how Graffiti has gone from the streets to da gallery. The video offers audiences an insight into the argument about whether graffiti is 'art' or 'vandalism' from the point of view of artists, the gallery and the graffiti cleaners Includes interviews with two graffiti artists, Weymouth and Portland Cleansing Department and David Samuel, who owns and runs a RareKind Gallery in Brighton.

brighton graffiti bullet pointStreets to Da Gallery - Toy to Legend Part 2/4

Part two gives you an insight into how graffiti artists grade themselves within their own hierarchy. This is known as 'Toy to Legend'.

brighton graffiti bullet pointStreets to Da Gallery Legalities, Crews & Bombing Part 3/4

Part Three gives you an insight into the legalities of graffiti and the punishments, graffiti artists risk to display the inspirations!

Part Four introduces you to Crews and the harsher side of Graffiti!

brighton graffiti bullet pointStreets to Da Gallery - Gallery and Future Part 4/4

Part Four introduces you to Crews and the harsher side of Graffiti!

brighton graffiti bullet pointFUK GRAFF

This film successfully captures some of the raw emotion of New York's current underground bombing scene. Showcases mainly street bombing missions, but also touches on freights and some New York City subways. The dialog is limited, but great sound bites from the writers effectively convey the hard core intensity held by some writers active in the current scene. Funky Hip Hop tracks back the visuals. DEE 17 , KORN, NOVA, FRESH, SPEK, OVAL,9 VOLT, PUNCH, TECH, MISTA and many others are featured.

brighton graffiti bullet pointKINGS DESTROY

This is an excellent video cronicling the history of COPE 2 and his crew Kings Destroy. Many famous New York City writers make appearances, including KASE 2 and BAN 2. Hip-Hop personalities such as Rakim, KRS One and Fat Joe make appearances.

brighton graffiti bullet pointNOT GUILTY

Not Guilty This is an incredible video. It showcases underground bombing missions across the globe. Starring writers from New York City, Canada, Germany, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Argentina, Australia, China and Japan. It clearly demonstrates the international scope aerosol art has reached. The video takes you directly inside train yards and lay-ups to watch writers in action. No dialog, but the video is backed by great old school funk and Hip Hop tracks.
Directed by the M.I.L.I.T.I.A.

brighton graffiti bullet pointDIRTY HANDS

brighton graffiti bullet pointFORBIDDEN ART

brighton graffiti bullet pointFRIENDLY FIRE

brighton graffiti bullet pointKINGS AND TOYS

brighton graffiti bullet pointMEN IN BLACK