From this “mockcumentary”, graffiti has profitted immensely in urban culture. This is evident from propaganda like Obey clothing with millions of Shepard Fairey’s artistic prints of vintage/historical pieces like Andre the Giant, communist propaganda, etc. Due to graffiti’s artistic importance in urban culture, young generations honor artistic geniuses like Banksy, Shepard Fairey and Space Invader, just to name a few. Exit Through the Gift Shop demonstrated the role of street art in urban culture and how it is evolving from an underground phenomenon that was once frowned upon to a respectable place in urban culture. Due to street art’s new stardom, graffiti has now become used more as a profit rather than an underground form of expression. Banksy’s “mockcumentary” tries to stress this evolution and his personal opinion on it. Street art has overtaken the art industry as the new “it thing”, where hundreds of buyers offer thousands of dollars for a piece that can easily be found on a grimy sign in the street or a subway train door. Street art will continue to evolve, maybe even to the point of being regarded as true art across the globe rather than fits of vandalism and crime.