After hitting Los Angeles for another spree, Hanksy hit the internet with more force than normal thanks to a mini-documentary accompanying his latest tear.
Filmed by Pharrell's i am OTHER, It's a Punderful Life is a hilarious, poignant, and frankly, pretty over-the-top mock-up of the sort of Exit Through the Giftshop-esque graffiti docs that we've all been hit with over the past couple years.
In the film (which, personally, I find outrageously funny, and, if true, very sincere), a blurred-face figure purporting to be Hanksy tells a heart-twinging tale of trying to fit in, of chasing celebrity, and of hoping against hope to reconnect with his hero, Tom Hanks.
Throughout the entire film -- directed by Nicolas Heller, and shot by Jared Soule -- this would-be Hanksy peppers his tale with puns of old Tom Hanks movie titles.
Seriously, watch it and try to pick them all out. It's killer. I don't even care if it's fake -- it's so funny.
Check out the film above, the images from his latest spree below, and more at the artist's blog.
Hanksy has a show at Gallery1988 in Los Angeles from May 24-June 15th. Check out the gallery's site for more.