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Graffiti artist, Falko One has travelled the world with his art. But his latest project hits closer to his core. He's heading through his home country of South Africa, painting homes in rural areas, and changing the local's perception of their town.

Once Upon A Town: South Africa
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Kalahari
5. Kalahari
December 1, 2015
After a busy year, Falko decides to head far up north to a very special place known as the Kalahari. The Kalahari is where you will find one of the oldest inhabitants of the world, the bushmen. Falko wants to learn about their history and culture and possibly track down a modern day rock artist to fulfill one of his collaboration dreams.
Underberg
4. Underberg
November 23, 2015
Falko makes his way to the small town of Underberg to team up with his friend Ewok, another South African artist, to help out with a community school project. The inspiration for the murals at this stop turns out to be the cycle of life.
Mount Frere
3. Mount Frere
November 16, 2015
Falko One finds himself in Mount Frere, another small rural town in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. In this episode, Falko One conjures up a colorful zoo for the town, including elephants, cows, and pigs in a blanket.
Garies
2. Garies
November 9, 2015
Next stop for Falko One is the small rural town of Garies, situated in the Northern Cape of South Africa. As he paints his way through the town, he tries to inspire people to take pride in their community and talk to one another about the art.
Riebeek West
1. Riebeek West
 
The small farming town of Riebeek West, situated 75 kilometers from the greater Cape Town, is Falko One's first stop on his journey. With no preconceived notions about what he is there to accomplish, he starts painting and reveals the answer.
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Graffiti artist, Falko One has travelled the world with his art. But his latest project hits closer to his core. He's heading through his home country of South Africa, painting homes in rural areas, and changing the local's perception of their town.