SLUMFLOWER is a short film presented by the Street Etiquette brand. Together both Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs are listed as the executive producers of this short film. The film takes you on a journey through the imagination of a young aspiring botanist Jeremiah who finds a beautiful flower growing in the midst of the concrete. Throughout the film you can see a display of black fatherhood as Jeremiah has conversations with his father Kelvin about things such as his growing Stargazer flower, and how Kelvin met Jeremiah's mother. Augustus T. Romeo the films director captures the New York public housing system in a wonderful habitat. One of the things I enjoy most about the film is how similar it is to the likes of a Spike Lee film. The film contains a lot of style as you see many of the men are dressed in suits and penny loafers. It also offers a good bit of poetry throughout. Below are some of the editorial shots from the film.