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Ron English’s Abraham Obama Film- Now Available On DVD

13 April, 2009 (20:33) | Street Art Videos | By: Daniel Lahoda

Abraham Obama documentary is now available on DVD at JetSet Graffiti and Upper Playground

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This is a feature length documentary with over an hour of extra interviews and footage with Shepard Fairey, Ron English, David Choe, Sam Flores, The Date Farmers, Maya Hayuk, etc… Sells for $20.

Abraham Obama is a humorous and provocative look at an unprecedented political art movement. A campaign to change the visual landscape of America yields a new President, and ushers in a new collective consciousness for Americas people.

Famous street artist Ron English gathers a crew of professional pranksters and hits the road on a grass-roots campaign to make public art and promote Obamas campaign for the Presidency. Abraham Obama takes us on an unforgettable ride as the stories of Ron English unfold alongside musicians and artists such as Shepard Fairey, Jack Medicine, David Choe, Sam Flores, The Date Farmers, Will.I.Am, Morgan Spurlock, DJ Z-Trip and several others.

Directed by Kevin Chapados, and Produced by Daniel Lahoda and Ron English.


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Date: April 15, 2009, 6:01 am

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Comment from dave
Date: April 15, 2009, 10:55 pm

How long is this documentary?

Comment from Daniel Lahoda
Date: April 17, 2009, 1:05 am

The documentary is 56 minutes long with over an hour of extra features…

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