EPISODE 1: CON$UMR
Consumer takes us on a wheatpaste session and explains why some walls just call out to him.
EPISODE 2: BYTEGIRL
Street art photographer and tour guide, ByteGirl talks art history, in the Lower East Side, NYC.
EPISODE 3: DOS ONE WALLNUTS
Dos One Wallnuts is back in the game, evolving his art and leaving his mark behind.
EPISODE 4: JOEY SLAE
Since 1986, Joey Slae has been keepin’ it grimey and uniting ACK around the world.
EPISODE 5: NYPD VANDAL SQUAD
Go undercover with the NYPD vandal squad, as they drive around looking to bust street artists.
EPISODE 6: SACSIX
SacSix's street art addiction spirals out of control and seeks help from the Street Art Council helpline.
EPISODE 7: SAVIOR EL MUNDO
Savior tells us how art saved his life and why he inspires others to make art.
EPISODE 8: ADDICTION HELPLINE
Go inside the Street Art Addiction Helpline and meet the trained addiction counselors answering the calls.
EPISODE 9: MY LIFE IN YELLOW
My Life in Yellow sticker slaps her poetry around the world. Hear what she thinks about street art addiction.
EPISODE 10: UNCUTTART
Protect Your Heart with Uncuttart. Hear how street art is changing the world for the better.
EPISODE 11: BAUVEZ
Bauvez tells his story growing up writing Zot. Once you pop. you can't stop.
EPISODE 12: KALIN HART
Kalin Hart incorporates her love of yoga, into her street art photography addiction.
EPISODE 13: SID ARTHUR
Sid Arthur takes us sticker slapping, gets spiritual and talks true outsider art.
EPISODE 14: HEKTAD
Hektad does it for the love and talks about how street art affects people's lives.
EPISODE 15: ADDICTION CENTER
Neuropsychologist, Dr. Dave Lemon talks about the current studies and science around street art addiction.
EPISODE 16: SAAA
You are not alone. Street Art Addicts Anonymous (SAAA) is a monthly support group held by the Street Art Council.
BONUS FOOTAGE: AL DIAZ
Street art legend Al Diaz talks addiction, art history and why he never intends on stopping.
ATTORNEY AT LAW: JEREMY SALAND
If you've been busted doing street art, call the law offices of Crotty Saland for legal support.
The Street Art Council is an independent organization, providing a free public service for the further advancement of street art and the artists that dedicate their lives to it. Street art addiction is real. You are not alone. If you, or anyone you know, are experiencing symptoms related to street art addiction, call our free, 24/7 helpline (917)-530-3805.