Alexandra Henry – Street Heroines Documentary [Kickstarter]

Alexendra Henry has recently unveiled a new Kickstart campaign in regards to an upcoming film entitled “Street Heroines.” Street Heroines is a documentary film on the courage and creativity of female graffiti & street artists from around the world. More info and links after the jump!

Alexandra Henry is a filmmaker and for the past three and a half years she has been documenting female graffiti and street artists to capture their collective voice and experiences within the global street art movement- a place where women have received little recognition for their contributions.

If you have the ability to shell out some cash to the campaign, we highly suggest you do. Follow the link HERE or above and peep the trailer below!


Selina Miles – Felipe Pantone | Portrait of an Artist

The extremely talented Selina Miles has recently released a new video about graffiti based multidisciplinary artist Felipe Pantone. The short film is based on a series of facts of varying importance on the topic of Felipe Pantone. Read more about it and watch the video after the jump!


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Birdo + Detroit – A Street Art Film

Our main man BirdO (aka Jerry Rugg) has been going at it hard these days. Out and about to all different sorts of cities throughout the world, but he always comes back to his main squeeze – Detroit.

In this artsy short film, Mr. Rugg tours some of his old murals and completes a new one high in the sky next to Ford Field.

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Jamie Heinrich – YEUX

Jamie Heinrich has recently come out with a short film entitled “YEUX.” The artistic piece features multidisciplinary artist and previous BBB interviewee Madsteez searching to find what happened to his creative abilities after all the problems with his vision. See the stills and video after the click.

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Sacha Goldberger – Super Flemish

French artist Sacha Goldberger combines modern-day villains and heroes with 17th century portraiture techniques. the icons of american culture from superman to wolverine are set with the same aesthetic as typical flemish fine art paintings of powerful nobles. Hand picked models uncannily resemble the characters in their movie adaptation, dressed in intricately crafted costumes reimagined to suit 17th century requirements.

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Nick Gentry – Film Negative Portraiture

London-based artist Nick Gentry has a new series where he paints incredibly detailed portraits on film negatives. We’ve previously shown Gentry on the blog created larger-than-life portraits out of floppy disks.

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