Uncovering the Hidden Talent in the Graffiti World: Diving into Jon Reiss’ Documentary ‘BOMB It 2’

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Diving into the Secretive World of Graffiti: Jon Reiss’ ‘BOMB It 2’ Documentary

I’m excited to have jumped on board as Associate Producer for Jon Reiss’ new graffiti documentary, BOMB It 2. If you’ve seen his previous film or watched Exit Through the Gift Shop, you know the most amazing artists often hide in the shadows, their talent and creativity concealed from the mainstream.

BOMB It 2 promises to shed light on this captivating, yet elusive, world of graffiti artists. As Reiss delves deeper into the subculture, he aims to uncover the stories and artistic brilliance of those who have mastered the art of expression through illicit, yet visually stunning, means.

The first BOMB It documentary captivated audiences by showcasing the global impact of graffiti, from the bustling streets of New York to the vibrant walls of São Paulo. With BOMB It 2, Reiss is poised to take viewers on an even more immersive journey, offering a rare glimpse into the mindset and motivations of these artists who have chosen to operate in the shadows.

For the next few days, you have the opportunity to get involved in this project by contributing to the Kickstarter campaign. Your support will not only help bring this documentary to life but also amplify the voices of the talented individuals who have been overlooked by the mainstream. By shining a light on their artistry and their stories, BOMB It 2 has the potential to challenge perceptions and inspire a new generation of graffiti enthusiasts.

Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this captivating exploration of the graffiti world. Head over to the Kickstarter page and pledge your support for Jon Reiss’ BOMB It 2 documentary. Together, we can uncover the hidden talent and reveal the true artistry that lies within the graffiti subculture.

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Christopher lives in Vermont with his wife, twin boys, corgi. He has owned a film production company, sold slot machines, and worked for Tony Robbins. He writes in his magical tiny house and sometimes writes in his blog at chrisrodgers.blog


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