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Bomb It (2007)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 25 April 2008 (USA)
Tells the story of contemporary graffiti, tracing its roots in ancient rock paintings through Picasso to its place in hip-hop culture in 1970's New York City.

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Jon Reiss
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Arofish Arofish ... Himself
Augor Augor ... Himself
Simon Baxter Simon Baxter ... Himself
Bel-Kia Bel-Kia ... Himself
Asher Benrubi Asher Benrubi ... Himself (as Smash)
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Chris Broms Chris Broms ... Himself
Juan Zedou Bucrea Juan Zedou Bucrea ... Himself
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Tells the story of contemporary graffiti, tracing its roots in ancient rock paintings through Picasso to its place in hip-hop culture in 1970's New York City.

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The Vidiot Reviews
22 July 2013 | by capone666See all my reviews

Bomb It

To protect priceless paintings from thieves we should transfer them onto immovable objects.

Oh, wait, street artists, like the ones in this documentary, already do that.

Beginning with a man named Cornbread, who in 1967 spray-painted his moniker around Philadelphia, tagging became a craze in urban areas across America.

Considering themselves soldiers in an emotional, an artistic and a territorial war, faceless artists, like TAKI 183, Os Gêmeos, Terrible T-KID 170, Obey creator Shepard Fairey, and rapper KRS-One, descended upon their respected cities, bombing their neighbourhood with their nicknames creatively rendered with aerosol cans.

As the movement spread to other countries, its self-aggrandizing origins were repurposed for political protest and government sanctioned public art.

From subway walls, to Paris runways, to Hip Hop culture, Bomb It recounts the evolution of this controversial art form that begot a renaissance.

Incidentally, until now, I thought building graffiti was just the architect's autograph.

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