Street Art, punk rock and political warfare collide in this film about art's abitlity to influence society. The story opens on the Burma boarder in a small refugee school where they are teaching the first class on street art as a way to fight political oppression. As the students learn how to use stencils, spray paint and wheatpaste their story is intercut with artist Shepard Fairey who is painting a 30' mural of a Burmese monk on the streets of San Diego. As the two stories start to converge the film connects the characters around the central idea of using art as a weapon for change. Dir. Jeff Durkin / artasaweapon.info

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