Bill Daniel is a filmmaker whose documentary on the history of hobo graffiti,Who Is Bozo Texino?, was screened at more than 350 venues worldwide. He has exhibited film, photography, and installation work in several museums, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the New Museum in New York, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. His work has received awards from Creative Capital, Film Arts Foundation, the Pioneer Fund, Texas Filmmaker Production Fund, the R & B Feder Charitable Foundation, and the Western States Media Alliance. He lives in Los Angeles.
"An anthology of tramp graffiti, quasi-literate rants 'n' raves from crusties and die-hard train hoppers and pissed-off rail workers, and folklore lexicography distinguishing the differences between, say, a poke-out vagabond and a bobo. It has so much of the charm and flair of the early Industrial Revolution that your fingers feel sooty after reading it." --"Vice" magazine