With grassroots efforts over-taking the mainstream, we live in an ever changing world. Films, television, literature, music, and art have all been infiltrated by the fringe in recent years. Now it’s time for the second wave of recreation to wash over – how can a guy like me get rich off of it?
That’s what the filmmakers behind How To Sell A Banksy asked themselves. And they were wise enough to bring a camera along on the journey as they sought out Banksy‘s street art, scraped it free from the wall, reconstructed it, and attempted to sell it off. The result has a whimsical British caper feel to it. Robert Carlyle would be wise to keep his calendar clear for the inevitable fictionalized retelling. (Antenna Mag)