The Documentary: Ink & Linda














photo by Stu Paul of Hamster Valhalla

Ink & Linda movir poster


Feature-length documentary chronicling the unexpected friendship and collaboration between Inksap, a Vietnamese-American urban artist in his 20s, and Linda, an elder stateswoman of the modern dance scene in her 70s



Ink & Linda,

The Documentary:

It’s Now Easy to Watch!

    We are celebrating and announcing that Ink & Linda is finally available to watch on streaming platforms. These platforms include the following:

To help the documentary be seen by more people, we kindly ask that you please rate the movie with 5 stars and leave a short review. This boosts the film on each streaming platform, causing it to be recommended to more people over time.


We greatly appreciate those of you who take the time to support the film, as many of you have done and continue to do.

Get in touch if you have any questions or issues.

Linda Lack Ph.D., Inksap, and Stuart Paul


Read the Beginnings of Inksap and Linda’s Story:


After a drunk driver destroyed the front portion of her movement studio, Linda Lack was faced with reconstruction, city regulations and not having a fully functional space.

One year later, her studio was ready to open. Destiny brought Inksap and Linda Lack together through Inksap’s street art depicted below.

Guerilla mural

Soon after, a close bond formed and they became collaborators in creating street art. This was the inspiration for the art documentary Ink & Linda, by Stuart Paul that celebrates their artistic kismet and friendship.

Project Us - Taking it to the street

photo by Stu Paul of Hamster Valhalla

Project Us – In the Streets

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