World-renowned street artist Justin BUA serves as host, co-judge and executive producer on the show, which pits 10 of the country's most promising artists against one another. The series tests not only their physical stamina, but also pushes their artistic skills to the limit in hopes of jumpstarting their career with a \$100,000 grand prize. "Street Art Throwdown" is shot at some of the most iconic Los Angeles locations as young, passionate hopefuls strive to bring their vision to life and showcase their work to the world. Furiously scaling walls, climbing fences and navigating underground tunnels, these artists must have the talent, style and hustle to battle it out to the end. "Street Art Throwdown" is part of Oxygen's rebrand, launching on Tuesday, October 7th with the network's new look and tagline, very real, targeting young, modern women.

Street Art Throwdown - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-02-03

Street Art Throwdown - List of Sony Pictures Television programs - Netflix

This is a list of television series produced, distributed or owned by Sony Pictures Television, a Sony company.

Street Art Throwdown - Diplomatic - Netflix

2 Minute Drill (2000-2001) Smush (2001) (in association with Greengrass Productions, Jellyvision and USA) Boy Meets Grill (2002–present) Pepsi’s Play for a Billion (2003-2004) (in association with the Pepsi Company) Studio 7 (2004) (in association with Monkey Entertainment)

Street Art Throwdown - References - Netflix