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Great documentary looking at graff in San Francisco over twenty years. Check it!
-Raquel, Dirt Cheap
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Tagged blog, bomb, dirt cheap, documentary, graff, graffiti, piece by piece, san francisco, tag
Something good about youtube is that things like this can be archived and shared to a new audience, amazing!
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The digital revolution of the last decade has unleashed creativity and talent in an unprecedented way, with unlimited opportunities. But does democratized culture mean better art or is true talent instead drowned out? This is the question addressed by PressPausePlay, a documentary film containing interviews with some of the world’s most influential creators of the digital era.
Def worth a watch, really good!
Been waiting for this film since it came out since 2007, Dave Choe has to be one of my favorite artists, now its available to stream through upper playground, deffo gotta watch if your a creative!
Part one and two of a three part documentary on J Dilla.
On Saturday Febuary 13th, 2010 to celebrate the life of brilliant hip hop producer and rapper James “J Dilla” Yancey, Stussy released a limited edition tee shirt produced in conjunction with Stones Throw and the Dilla Estate. For the release, Stussy held a “Dilla Day” event at some of their North American stores. http://www.stussy.com for more details.
Not sure if been posted and not watched it yet but has mixed reviews!
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Part 2 of 8. You can find all but part 1 on youtube, though some of the parts don’t have sound. I think its taken from a documentary called ‘The Mark of Cain’. Well worth a purchase to see the whole thing properly. The guards dancing/rapping in the talent contest is the only funny bit, the rest is horrific, especially considering how recent it is. Really interesting look at prison tattoos, life and conditions. Hearing the prisoners and administration talk so openly about conditions is certainly eye-opening.
New documentary about the rapper Big L.
Should be sick!