Wild In The Streets is a six-part documentary series shot over two years in New York City. Each episode portrays a single artist (or in one case a duo) and their work, both in process and on the streets themselves, as well as shots of the work existing on its own after the fact. The goal of the series is to give the viewer a general glimpse of how the artists work in their environment and their works themselves from a first-person point of view. Each episode is started with and capped off by a steadicam shot that gives the viewer a first-person look at the artist putting up their (mostly) illegal works.
A focal point of the series is that these artists utilize a wide array of materials to create their artwork, from hand painted wheat-pastes to clay sculptures, spray paint and marker tags, fire extinguisher paintings, street sign replacements and anything in between.