Kenya's number one graffiti crew Spray Uzi, have decided to take their mission of paint to foreign lands and are planning to travel through Ethiopia to Djibouti to work with local artists and organise workshops for children along the way.
Their trip will be overland and will be documented by a team of filmmakers who intend to show the world exactly what these inspired artists are capable of.
The policeman staring down at the children playing in the football field appears to be more robot than man. Behind him a city is engulfed in flames that firemen are battling to put out. A man is dismantling a railway line and an MC wearing a gold chain is preaching a message of peace and love.
Wall za Hood (the Walls of the Hood in Swahili) is the story of a mural in a notorious Kenyan slum.
How did this mural come to be on this wall and why is it significant to Nairobi and to Kenya as a whole? In this short documentary, the minds behind this unique public art project answer these questions and share their understanding of what it all means...