Video: Roller Painters ND'A & OverUnder

By - Friday, December 9th, 2011

The 12-foot roller pole is a cheap, portable and primitive tool, capable of dominating spots, perfect for guerrilla aesthetic actions. Made famous as a viable graffiti implement by Cost and Revs in the early nineties, writers and street artists have been turning to it more and more over the years as an aesthetic choice. Expressionistic and bold in the right hands, it is the natural brush for the painterly ND’A and OverUnder.

< This video was shot in an abandoned train station in Rochester, NY by Escampada Films' Dan Gingold and Andrew Morton. For more time lapse videos of ND’A, OverUnder and other artists, visit Escampada Films.

Text: Daniel Feral

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