San Francisco Museum of Modern Art recently sat down with graffiti/artist Barry McGee. The two-minute long interview explores the topic of creating art indoors, and we can't help but notice McGee's resentful responses. Looking back in his glory years as a famed graffiti writer in the 80's and 90's, the esteemed artist explains that growing old is like a 'wet puppy getting dragged back inside'. Although the interview is not all negative, in fact it is lighthearted and it shows the personality of McGee, a creative individual who evolved from a graffiti writer. Check out the interesting video interview by clicking after the jump.