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1 City, 8 Artists, 7 Days: watch crowdfunded street art short film

The 33-minute documentary was produced by Richard Best, a muralist and entrepreneur, and followed a crowdfunding campaign for a mural he made in Station North.

A short film following eight Baltimore street artists that followed a mural crowdfunding campaign last year has launched.
The project was produced by Richard Best, a muralist and entrepreneur who lives in the city. Nearly 60 backers contributed $4,057, over the $3,500 goal to pay for Best to complete the 3D-like mural in Station North at 2011 N. Charles St.
That inspired him to produce the 33-minute short documentary about other street artists.

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