read the accolades on the dvd cover and you’ll think this is some amazing documentary that is going to rock your world. in reality, it’s a fairly average documentary on the street art scene and one man in particular. a hanger-on who documents everything in his life, including many nights he spends helping street artists throughout the world as they put art (usually) on the side of buildings. he ends up taking a liking to it and decides to become a street artist of his own. he then drums up a bunch of hype, mortgages his house, and puts together a ridiculously large show of his work. he’s basically a wannabe and all his art is a regurgitation of warhol or banksy or fairey. he’s a farce, but the art elites seem to buy his crap so he makes a ton of money and makes the street artists either jealous (because he got so popular/rich so quickly) or angry (for selling out). either way, this isn’t that amazing of a documentary and it certainly isn’t as iconic as style wars which is the definitive graf documentary.