Wall Writers, Graffiti in its Innocence 1967-1972
A good friend, Roger Gastman, has been a major force in curating and developing well designed books, exhibitions, and other media for graffiti culture and he recently hit me some info for his latest project, a documentary entitled “Wall Writers.” Peep the info:
From director Roger Gastman—a producer of the Academy Award-nominated documentary Exit Through the Gift Shop—comes Wall Writers, a documentary on graffiti in its innocence.
Through unprecedented access to TAKI 183, CORNBREAD, and a host of other legendary writers, Wall Writers tells the story of a time when underprivileged city kids refused to keep lurking in the shadows, when the streets were so wild that fame and infamy became indistinct, when art became a democracy and self-promotion became an art.
And the narration is done by John Waters!
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Posted on April 3, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged cornbread, graffiti, graffiti art, graffiti culture, r rock enterprises, roger gastman, spray paint, taki 183. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.