All the Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding (1987-1997)
The streets of New York have been quiet for a year during the pandemic, but in the early 1990s it was different; then they blossomed. Two prominent subcultures, skaters and hip-hoppers, met in a symbiotic fusion. From this meeting sprouted the street culture that still characterizes large parts of the world's urban environments today, both in terms of sound image and visual aesthetics.
All the Streets are Silent depicts the era in which it originated, through the people who were there, on the streets of New York.