Documentary Pays Tribute To Detroit Graffiti Artist NEKST

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The city of Detroit has been home to a legendary graffiti art scene since the early days of aerosol art, so it’s not surprising that Detroit has been the focus of many documentaries about the outlaw art form.

Here's an indie documentary from MOCAtv called Building Detroit- Revok, Nekst, Pose that pays tribute to the artist known as NEKST, who started his artistic adventures in Houston and passed away in December 2012 of an overdose.

NEKST made friends and influenced the underground art world in cities across the globe, and in a city full of abandoned buildings just begging to be brightened up with a splash of spray painted color called Detroit his friends REVOK and POSE are going to make sure that his legacy lives on.

Via AnimalNY


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