The ultimate Primer / Tutorial and Step-by- Step Program on Spray Can Art. Most popular amongst Educators, the series has given outsiders a rare glimpse into the outstanding Art and eclectic personalities behind the controversial Graffiti Art Movement. In GV4, Cleveland, Ohio Artist SANO (two-time winner of The International Graffiti Art Competition) pulls you into the Underground Art form by showing the concepts, aesthetics, techniques, and style needed to complete a perfect semi " Wild Style " masterpiece (on a Legal Wall) as well as Aerosol Art on Canvas.
GV4 is a "must-have-Video" for Art Instructors, Art Students, Galleries, Museums, Libraries and Educational Institutions who've been bewildered at Spray Can Technique. As a "unique lesson plan," no other program exists in the marketplace of ideas that can compare to the inspiration, skill and intelligence of GV4.
2005, English, 68 mins.
DIRECTOR: BOB BRYAN
FORMAT: FULL SCREEN FORMAT, / AUDIO – STEREO FORMAT
2003 URBAN INDEPENDENT MUSIC AWARDS “BEST DOCUMENTARY” & “SOUNDTRACK OF THE YEAR”
• DVD Amaray Case
• Interactive Chapter Menus
• 30 Scene Chapter Selections
• 60 Individual Still Snapshot Enlargements of Classic Graffiti Art / Images per DVD
“Two-time winner of the International Graffiti Art Competition "SANO" teaches you the basics of the Graffiti Art Form. The GV4 Graffiti video presented by moviemaker Bob Bryan gives you a refreshing insight to the Underground Art Form. SANO guides you patiently through both the basic and the more complex spray techniques for both walls and canvases."
Mike Coates, (Oslo, Norway) THE ONLINE MUSIC BUSINESS & ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK
"An unusual take on an often maligned art form, this video will inspire art students." Lauri Edwards, Susquehanna Art Museum, (Harrisburg, PA)
SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL
" GV4 is one video I show my art students when we are doing social statements and we have active discussions. Yesterday I was showing the video during the last day of class, at student requests. You would have grinned...a number of students were swaying and grooving to the music, just riveted. Thanks for such a nice video."
Joi Hosker, Art instructor
STANTON COLLEGE PREPARATORY (Jacksonville, Florida)