1. Mai/Jonone

    “Jon and I share a love for street culture where creativity, life, pride, chaos are banded together. This book is a tribute to hip-hop, to street culture, art, soul and to the precious moments of life that we share.” –Maï Lucas The pulsating monochrome of Drago’s 36 chambers series is met by the iconic graffiti and photography that defines Maï, Jonone and streets of New York. Their eclectic tour of the streets takes the reader through some of New York’s most distinctive neighbourhoods as seen as seen through the lens of celebrated photographer, Maï Lucas. Meanwhile, JonOne’s unique graffiti writing permeates the pages with vibrant red accents. JonOne’s paintings defy the “rules” of graffiti. With a tremendous sense of movement and color, his compositions combine freestyle, hand-painted aesthetics with a sense of repetition akin to textile patterns. His work has often been compared to that of abstract expressionist Jackson Pollock and French artist Jean Dubuffet. By layering precise strokes and vibrant color, he creates a uniquely balanced yet dynamic visual experience.

    Softcover - 96 pages

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  2. BANDIT-1$M 123Klan Deluxe edition Art Book - Respect & Love

    Respect And Love Deluxe Edition Art Book 

    The 123KLAN duo has released an art book that goes 304 pages deep into their career. From hand-drawn characters to full-page spreads of colorful murals and graphic design, the hardcover book is a must-have for anyone remotely interested in any and everything that has to do with street-art culture. This book includes all of 123KLAN's latest productions. This 304 pages tome is perfect for anyone who loves graffiti, graphic design, toy design, and street wear.  

    Each copy of the book comes with a double-sided sheet of die-cut stickers. 

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  3. Writing Stories with Three Letters: Art and Graffiti by EGS

    Finnish contemporary artist EGS is one of the most successful of his generation. As one of the first clearly graffiti-rooted artists in Scandinavia EGS had a major solo show in Helsinki’s Kunsthalle in 2018. In the spring of 2020 he will be exhibited at The Finnish Glass Museum.

    EGS works in his own universe, grounded in the use of the three letters in his name only. Whether it’s his dynamic ink drawings or the slower but even more hard-to-control media of glass, those three letters is the fundament of his art and the stories he tells.

    While showing works in museums and galleries internationally, EGS still keeps painting graffiti on the streets around the world. He has become an important figure in the international graffiti community. Both for the quality of his work, but also for an intellectual vibe that goes like a red thread through all of his work, strengthen their output as well as being an open, curious and generous person, doing pieces in the most diverse parts of the world with great respect for the context.

    In this book, EGS and graffiti-archivist and author Tobias Barenthin-Lindblad discuss EGS’ practice in both studio and in the streets. The conversation covers topics directly connected to the artwork that is depicted in the book, but also about the deeper meanings and driving forces of being an artist. How does one bring the energy from painting in the street into a studio? How can you bring the uncertainity in making glass into painting graffiti in the street? How do a painting in an abandoned Finnish factory and a glass sculpture in a gallery communicate? Is an artist measured by a single art work or by his or her body of work? And last but not least: can a word without meaning have a message?

    Writing Stories with Three Letters goes deep into the art, creativity and theories of one of the most exciting contemporary artists from Scandinavia.

    "With one leg in classic graffiti and the other in fine art, EGS represents the perfect symbiosis of both worlds. He has taken the long road and the authenticity that radiates from his works is unmistakable.”

    Tony “Rubin” Sjöman

    ”EGS has grown from a graffiti adventurer to a multi-disciplinary artist whose work breaks convention and delivers beauty in the most unexpected ways. Through EGS we learn what it is like for a graffiti artist to reach his full potential and morph from a vandal to a contemporary artist - a damn good one.”


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  4. Copyright Beyond Law : Regulating Creativity in the Graffiti Subculture

    The form of graffiti writing on trains and walls is not accidental. Nor is its absence on cars and houses. Employing a particular style of letters, choosing which walls and trains to write on, copying another writer, altering or destroying another writer's work: these acts are regulated within the graffiti subculture. Copyright Beyond Law presents findings from empirical research undertaken into the graffiti subculture to show that graffiti writers informally regulate their creativity through a system of norms that are remarkably similar to copyright.
    The 'graffiti rules' and their copyright law parallels include: the requirement of writing letters (subject matter) and appropriate placement (public policy and morality exceptions for copyright subsistence and the enforcement of copyright), originality and the prohibition of copying (originality and infringement by reproduction), and the prohibition of damage to another writer's works (the moral right of integrity). The intersection between the 'graffiti rules' and copyright law sheds light on the creation of subculture-specific commons and the limits of copyright law in incentivising and regulating the production and location of creativity.


    Softcover, 304 pages

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  5. Crash Kid: A Hip-Hop legacy

    It is impossible to tell the story of street dance without telling in the stories of people.
    And ‘Crash Kid: A Hip-Hop Legacy,’ is the book which tells the story of street dance by telling the story of its kids; the story of one kid in particular.
    ‘Crash Kid,’ Massimo Colonna, was a young man who became synonymous with the breakdance movement and all aspects of the inauguration of American street culture into the lives of young Romans. This was the kid who was a master at that pivotal move of the genre, the head spin, and who with that move became one of the most pivotal players in this scene.
    The city of Rome had never seen anything like this. A form of dance where the dancehalls were the streets, a form which was so underground, that it was almost a dark art. And yet it was Massimo’s dedication towards the form which was making this art form the new way to party. And it was through an organic and exponential growth of the party, that this new form of dance and culture was beginning to thrive.
    To make its way towards the mainstream. ‘Crash Kid: A Hip-Hop Legacy,’ is a book which brings it all together. A book which is about the street, the party, the dance, the lives of one special kid in particular, who circa 1980, was inaugurating this new form of dance into the street culture of Rome. And this exponential growth of a genre is seen across more than 400 images of the party and the dance scene, at this particular time in history.
    Massimo and his friends used breakdance and street art as a way of breaking a symphony into parts, out over the city streets. The ‘Zulu’ parties, the ‘Bambaataa’ parties, the ‘Fast Breaking Crew,’ of Rome. Massimo, always there, a kid who was an oxymoron to his own name, for he did not crash, was famous for not crashing, but for staying perfectly balanced on his head. And spinning on and on.
    The book proves that when you try to piece together the story of Roman breakdance, you discover that what you are in fact piecing together are the lives of all those kids who were dancing and breaking on the streets of Rome around the time, during the mid-1980s. And these are the kids who remember Massimo, many of them now key figures themselves in the Roman and Hip-Hop scene.
    We learn about who Massimo was through the stories of key players such as MC Shark, Amir Issaa and the joint creators of the book itself, Ben Matundu and Napal. Massimo and his friends used breakdance and street art as a way of breaking a symphony over the city streets.

    Hardcover - 328 pages

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  6. Street Art & Graffiti of Comuna 13 : Medillin, Colombia

    This coffee table book is about the street art and graffiti of Comuna 13 in Medellin, Colombia. Once one of the most dangerous neighborhood in Medellin, Colombia, Comuna 13 was known for guerrilla and gang activities, including drugs and gun trafficking.

    From the early 1980s, Medellin was controlled by Pablo Escobar, the infamous drug lord, but by 1993 after his death, many drug cartels sought control of the city and the violence continued to rise. However in recent years, Comuna 13 has become more known for its powerful graffiti murals and street art performances, which depict the conflict and hardship experienced by the community, the impact of the government intervention and the strength and importance of the community's actions that helped to put an end to the violence in the community.

    This street art renaissance started with two main street artists, @YesGraff and @Chota_13, who used the walls of Comuna 13 as their canvas to raise awareness and display the community's difficult past, bringing hope to its people and a recent steady stream of visitors.

    This collection of Comuna 13's murals highlights the community's most popular artistry. Within every art piece, there is the artist's interpretation or the view in which the artist intend for the viewers to interpret. With the help of the talented, Elizabeth Ray, each mural is paired with a poetic exposition.

    Hardcover, 46 pages

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  7. Rockin' It Suckers: 10th Anniversary Edition

    After being out of print for years - ROCKIN' IT SUCKERS is back in a limited 10th Anniversary Edition! A classic graffiti book is once agin available - with additional text and original cover.

    The inside story of the crew that has kept graffiti alive in New York City for the past 20 years. Some call it art others vandalism.For the members of the infamous RIS crew the label doesn't matter. ROCKIN' IT SUCKERS is the story of New York City's infamous RIS crew in their heyday. New York in the late 80s: A city tormented by crack and violent crime. At the same time the golden age of hip hop was in full bloom, and despite the violence some found room for creativity.

    At this time a group of kids got together to taste the last of the city's painted subway trains, just in time to experience a new era in New York's graffiti history - The authorities decided to clean up the city and a zero-tolerance policy towards graffiti was instituted. While many of the city's graffiti writers quit, the RIS crew was determined to keep the trains colourful and decided to wage their own war with the city.

    As a result, they took over New York with style, and along the way influenced graffiti writers long way outside the five boroughs. The crack down from the authorities didn't only trigger the RIS crew to write more, it also made them come up with faster techniques and develop their styles, all done with the crews' characteristic arrogance and humorous touch. Soon they became one of the world's most important and influential graffiti crews.

    ROCKIN' IT SUCKERS feature never before seen images of graffiti by the leading figures in the crew as they share their thoughts on bombing, vandalizing and rocking the city. Essays by: Duel, Fuzz One, Ghost, Ket, and Noxer. Features the work of Bruz, Det, Ghost, JA One, Reas, Sane, Smith, Veefer and many more. Rockin' it Suckers 10th Anniversary Edition is the first publication in collaboration between Dokument Press and the Museum of Graffiti.

    128 pages, 10 X 7.5 X 1 po

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  8. The Stencil Graffiti Handbook

    An informative and inspirational guide to a powerful form of creative expression, The Stencil Graffiti Handbook is invaluable to designers, street artists, and aspiring guerrilla marketers alike.

    With current political and cultural climates across the globe growing more uncertain, a new generation of artists, designers, and communicators are using stencil art on the walls of towns and cities to voice thought-provoking messages and ideas. Exploring the medium’s applications within grassroots activism and the contemporary craft scene, Tristan Manco returns to the streets and brings this thriving art form to life.

    Exploring both process and results, this book delves into stencil art’s essential elements—place, space, technique, and subjects—before taking to the streets to see how, where, and why stencil graffiti is exhibited. Having accumulated an extensive network of street art contacts through more than two decades of immersion in the scene, Manco has scoured the globe for today’s most interesting stencil artists—those who operate outside the mainstream market of “urban art” and beneath the radar of everyone but the truly aware.

    Featuring studio visits with artists and step-by-step instructional illustrations by the renowned Columbian art collective Stinkfish, The Stencil Graffiti Handbook is a must-have for anyone with an open mind and rebellious spirit.

    Hardcover: 288 pages

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  9. Graffiti City: The History of Art and Vandalism on Rio's Streets

    Cidade Grafitada delves into the heart of Carioca culture through arguably its most controversial prism: the streets. Straddling the line between art and vandalism, Cidade Grafitada explores the relationship between Pixação and Graffiti (graffiti art), and how these two distinctly Carioca cultures reflect what it means to be Carioca. Cidade Grafitada examines the numerous visual forms of expression that also fight for space on Rio’s walls, and how the streets have become a genuine space for dialogue. Cidade Grafitada is the first book to present a detailed historical timeline of Rio's urban arts and vandalism cultures, and looks at the social and political pressures that helped mold art and vandalism on Rio’s streets.

    Paperback: 310 pages
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 6500009274
    ISBN-13: 978-6500009279

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  10. The Ultimate Guide to Modern Calligraphy & Hand Lettering for Beginners

    Here we present you wtih The Ultimate Guide to Modern Calligraphy & Hand Lettering for Beginners: Learn to Letter: A Hand Lettering Workbook with Tips, Techniques, Practice Pages, and Projects. A perfect guide for those picking up Calligraphy, fonts and hand lettering.

    The of goal of this book is to help you avoid the countless months of research, trial and error, to avoid mistakes most would make along the way, by giving you a straight forward, easy to understand explanation of the process behind hand lettering so that you can start your lettering journey with a strong foundation.

    We can’t wait to see what you beautiful people create!

    Product Details:

    • Premium matte-finish cover design
    • High quality 60lb (90gsm) paper stock
    • Large format 8.5" x 11.0" (21.5cm x 28cm) pages

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  11. KRINK New York City: Graffiti, Art, and Invention

    Craig Costello, aka KR, grew up in Queens, New York, where graffiti was part of the landscape and a symbol of the city. While living in San Francisco, he quickly garnered attention when his signature "KR" tag popped up throughout the city. As he became one of the more prominent figures on the streets on NYC and San Francisco, he began to hone his craft by creating better tools launching his own line of homemade markers and mops, combining his moniker KR with the word INK. In KRINK: GRAFFITI, ART, AND INVENTION, Costello has compiled a visual memoir: from his early days of the '80s and '90s and launch with the hip New York City retailer Alife, which put his brand on the map, to his evolution as an artist and high-fashion collaborator.

    The book showcases Costello's seminal style and his extensive body of work, including site specific installations around the world. It also chronicles his myriad collaborations with Alife, Nike, Coach, Moncler, Modernica, Marc Jacobs, Levi Strauss & Co., Mini (BMW), Casio, Smith Optics, Carhartt, Kidrobot, Medicom Toy, agnès b., and Colette, among many others. Today, Costello's reach and influence goes far beyond urban street culture. Krink has grown exponentially into a global artist materials brand with expanding collections of apparel, tools, and accessories, while Costello's unique aesthetic can be seen on objects from sneakers to luxury goods to cars.

    KRINK is both stylish and informative, capturing the ethos of punk and hip-hop culture, and is sure to appeal to the fans of high/low cultural crossovers, as well as die-hard fans of street art and fashion.

    • Hardcover: 240 pages
    • Language: English
    • Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 1 x 12.3 inches

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  12. The Complete Photo Guide to Hand Lettering and Calligraphy

    Written by best-selling author and hand letterer Abbey Sy, The Complete Photo Guide to Hand Lettering and Calligraphy covers the basics and beyond for creative lettering techniques.  

    The book begins with an overview of tools and materials, both traditional (pointed pen and fountain pen) and modern (including brush markers and chalk), then presents a visual glossary of letterforms, highlights the unique characteristics of the featured alphabets, and demonstrates how to draw letterforms to foster an understanding of how they’re created. The core chapters explore traditional, modern, and special effects lettering using a variety of mark-making tools, with in-depth how-to on adding flourishes and other special details, plus creative projects. There’s also an introduction to modifying and creating letterforms digitally, as well as practice sheets for the featured alphabets.
    So whether you’ve never tried lettering before or you’d like to develop your skills and consider all your creative options, The Complete Photo Guide to Hand Lettering and Calligraphy will guide and inspire you on your lettering journey.

    • Paperback: 192 pages
    • Language: English
    • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 0.6 x 11.1 inches
  13. Paperback: 232 pages
  14. Language: English
  15. Product Dimensions: 22.6 x 1.8 x 20.6 cm
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  • Yarn Bombing

    On city street corners, around telephone posts, through barbed wire fences, and over abandoned cars, a quiet revolution is brewing. "Knit graffiti" is an international guerrilla movement that started underground and is now embraced by crochet and knitting artists of all ages, nationalities, and genders. Its practitioners create stunning works of art out of yarn, then "donate" them to public spaces as part of a covert plan for world yarn domination.

    Yarn Bombing: The Art of Crochet and Knit Graffiti is the definitive guidebook to covert textile street art. This full-color DIY book features 20 kick-ass patterns that range from hanging shoes and knitted picture frames to balaclavas and gauntlets, teaching readers how to create fuzzy adornments for lonely street furniture. Along the way, it provides tips on how to be as stealthy as a ninja, demonstrates how to orchestrate a large-scale textile project, and offers revealing information necessary to design your own yarn graffiti tags. The book also includes interviews with members of the international community of textile artists and yarn bombers, and provides resources to help readers join the movement; it's also chock full of beautiful photographs and easy step-by-step instructions for knit and crochet installations and garments.

    Join the yarn bombing revolution!

    Includes 20-plus patterns and a foreword by Amy Singer, the editor of Knitty.com

    • Paperback: 232 pages
    • Language: English
    • Product Dimensions: 22.6 x 1.8 x 20.6 cm

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  • HIMS: History Is Made In The Streets

    HIMS: History Is Made In The Streets features hundreds of never-before-seen photographs cataloging an important transitional period of New York City subway graffiti.

    This surprisingly inclusive collection features works from HIMS alongside some of graffiti's biggest names including Iz The Wiz, KAWS, SMASH 137, REVOK, NEKST and many more captured as these infamous graffiti writers moved from the subway to the streets.

    HIMS spans a 20 year period, documenting a treasure trove of photos from the author's private collection. HIMS makes his presence known where its least expected not only in his home base in New York but as far and wide as Europe, Japan, Australia and beyond. This historic collection also features interviews and commentary from noted graffiti writers throughout the eclectic arc of graffiti history.

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  • Martha Coopers Subway Art

    Another Classic by the Legendary Martha Cooper.

    “Many of the images are today iconic masterpieces. . . . One of the most influential art books of its time.” —The Big Issue

    In 1984 the groundbreaking Subway Art brought graffiti to the world, presenting stunning photographic documentation of the burgeoning movement in New York. Thirty years later, this bible of street art has been updated with over seventy photographs not included in the original edition and new insights on an incredibly rich period for urban art and its legacy.

    In new introductions, authors Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant recall how they gained entry into the New York City graffiti community in the 1970s and 1980s. New afterwords continue the story, tracing the decline of the subway and graffiti scene in the late 1980s to its unexpected rebirth as a global art movement. The authors reveal how the lives of the original subway artists have unfolded and mourn the loss of several to the darker forces of the street.

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  • KAWS


    A vibrant look at the celebrated artist and designer KAWS.

    Multidisciplinary artist KAWS was first known for his work as a graffiti artist and his subersive approach to poular imagery on bus shelter and phone booth advertisements.  This is the first comprehensive survey of the artist's body of work.

    About The Author

    Multidisciplinary artist KAWS was first known for his work as a graffiti artist and his subversive approach to popular imagery on bus shelter and phone booth advertisements. This is the first comprehensive survey of the artist’s body of work.

    • Format: Hardcover
    • Publisher: Rizzoli Electa
    • Trim Size: 8-1/2 x 11


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  • Signs of our Times - From Calligraphy to Calligraffiti

    Signs of Our Times: From Calligraphy to Calligraffiti covers six decades of an art trend led by artists from the Arab world and Iran. Starting in the early 1950s, this alternative and original approach to modernism began with artists who took inspiration from their own cultural sources and combined them with international aesthetics and concepts. This publication considers the work of 50 key artists, ranging from important pioneers of the calligraphic movement to those who use the written word in their work today. 

    • Hardcover: 320 pages
    • Language: English
    • Product Dimensions: 23.5 x 3.2 x 27.9 cm

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  • Alphabeatz Graffiti Alphabets from A to Z

    Graffiti writing was born in the streets of Philadelphia in the late 1960s. But it was in New York in the early 1970s that it became a full-fledged urban art, gradually taking over the landscape of the city, from its walls to its subway cars. In these years when this art form was emerging, graffiti pioneers laid its foundations through the constant game they played with the twenty-six letters of the alphabet, which they distorted and highlighted in the tags that they painted on walls. In the first section of this book, Woshe recounts the incredible story of the birth of this culture. He then offers us a detailed examination of the twenty-six letters of the alphabet, their structure and the ways in which graffiti writers have made them evolve. This study is enriched with a wealth of illustrations and examples of the customizations that artists add to their letters. At the end of the volume, ten of the international scene’s most talented graffiti creators answer Woshe’s questions about matters that include their practice, their relationship with letters and their backgrounds.

    Interviews to: BATES (Copenhague, Denmark); DARCO (Paris, France); DEMS (Elche, Spain); GESER (Connecticut USA); JURNE (Oakland, CA,USA); LOKISS (Paris, France); SERCH (Zwolle, The Netherlands); SWET (Copenhague, Denmark); SYE (New Yor, NY,USA); ZOER (Grasse, France).

    This is a writing manual, an inspiring collection of ideas and a beautiful book on the world of graffiti, but above all it is a declaration of love for this culture that mixes urban performance and mastery of letters. It includes a map of New York with the sites where the most important graffiti are located.

    • Hardcover: 252 pages
    • Language: English
    • Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 2.5 x 26.7 cm

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  • Tese - Book of Love

    On 500 pages, limited to 1500 pieces and filled with love: the Tese Book of Love Book by the graffiti artists TESE, inhabitant of Hamburg. High-quality and well layouted pics of his best trains, pieces, and walls allaround the worls are presented in his book.

    It is a love story, dedicated to his 25 years of graffiti and urban lifestyle.

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  • Urban Scrawl - The Written Word in Street Art

    Although we are bombarded by words every day, it's somehow more appealing when they are placed on the street by artists rather than advertisers. Urban Scrawl documents some of the world's most interesting text-based street art, from formal typography to angsty scrawl. Photographer and street-art lover Lou Chamberlin has been collecting images of urban scrawl, large and small, for more than 15 years. Whether thought-provoking, political, humorous or shocking, these examples of text in the city - spanning 54 cities across 22 countries, will make you reflect, chuckle or sometimes even laugh out loud.

    192 Pages.

    16 x 18cm

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  • Stickers Vol.2

    STICKERS 2 is the new bible of the adhesive art form—a visual history of fine art and street art in one of its most elemental, accessible, provocative, and ubiquitous forms. -with 16 pages of collectible stickers

    Cheap, democratic, easy to ‘tag,’ and not always fast to fade, the sticker has been an ever-present medium—from the New York and London underground punk scenes to skate culture and political expression. Featuring more than 3,000 images of stickers from the global world of street expression—where DIY culture meets music, graffiti, design, and branding—Stickers 2 is a comprehensive record of an art form whose appeal lies in the juxtaposition of transience and significance.
    Stickers 2 illustrates the timeline of this pastime, from counterculture to politics, it’s 2019 chapters include -  Music: Punk Rock to Electronic music, Skateboarding, Streetwear, Graffiti, Fine Art, Political Activism, however Volume 2 goes even further than its predecessor, with chapters on the origins of Surf culture and the BMX bike world.
    STICKERS 2 : extravagantly illustrated with more than 3,000 images of sticker graphics, organized by categories and themes, the book includes works by such diverse artists as Tom Sachs, Jenny Holzer,  BANKSY, Neckface, Marilyn Minter, ESPO and Barry McGee; to amateurs who ‘tag’ the streets anonymously. 
    With texts from writers from many celebrated walks of life—including Jeffery Deitch, INVADER, C.R.Stecyk, Mark Mothersbaugh, Paul Gorman and Stikman, among many others—Stickers 2 reveals not only the cutting edge of sticker art but also the personal relationships that fine artists, street artists and pedestrians alike share with the medium. 
    The is volume boasts an unparalleled collection of 125 removable stickers bound into its back pages. These sheets are by group of artists that is truly extraordinary. The list includes -Jenny Holzer, Barry McGee, INVADER, Marylin Minter, Erik Parker, SWOON, FUTURA, Robert Lazzarini, Kenzo Minami, Kostas Seremetis, Kristen Liu-Wong, Anthony Lister, Ron English, Ryan McGuinnes, BAST, D*Face, Shepard Fairey, FAILE, Skullphone, Tara McPherson, Peter Schuyff, Swoon, & James Hyde + more. 

    For a TRUE sticker Fanatic! 

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  • JR the Chronicles of San Francisco

    Groundbreaking work by the world-renowned artist, TED Prize winner, Oscar nominee, and one of Time's 100 most influential people of 2018

    A look inside one of JR's deeply compelling art projects: In 2018, contemporary art superstar JR brought his legendary photo truck to San Francisco to try and capture the essence of the city in words and images. More than 1,000 citizens posed for his camera and told their stories, and JR compiled their portraits into an astounding photographic mural, a portrait of the city that is installed at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

    • JR is a celebrated artist whose oversize black-and-white portraits adorn walls, streets, and rooftops around the world.
    • The Chronicles of San Francisco features all the individual portraits and selected stories alongside behind-the-scenes photos, a foreword by Neal Benezra, and an introduction by JR.

    "JR's colossal photographic mural, The Chronicles of San Francisco, is an exuberant celebration of democracy in an age when it could not be more needed or welcome... Humanity, in all its lovely messiness, is palpable." 
    –Armistead Maupin, author of Tales of the City

    • Includes a 7 x 98 inch removable poster of the the entire mural
    • Makes a great gift or treasured keepsake for JR's legions of fans and anyone who loves or lives in San Francisco

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  • Cross the Streets

    All roads lead to Rome. Drago’s definitive catalogue documenting 40 Years of Street Art, Graffiti and Style Writing.

    23 x 28 cm.

    288 Pages.

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  • Art from the Streets

    Art from the Streets presents the world’s most iconic street artists for the first time in Southeast Asia. Tracing 40 years of street art, the walls of ArtScience Museum located at the iconic Marina Bay Singapore will be invaded for a period of five months. The exhibition catalog by curator and street art expert Magda Danysz introduces the reader to the most important street artists worldwide and gives an overview to the most important styles and techniques used in the art form. With her own gallery having operated between Shanghai, London and Paris for the last decade, Danysz uses her expertise to also shine a spotlight on urban art in Southeast Asia for the first time.

    Featured artists include: Banksy, Tarek Benaoum, Stéphane Bisseuil, Blade, Crash, Speak Cryptic, D*face, Fab 5 Freddy, FAILE, Shepard Fairey (aka OBEY), Futura, JR, L'Atlas, Ludo, M-City, Miss. Tic, Nasty, EKO, Felipe Pantone, Quik, Lee Quinones, Blek le Rat, Rero, Remi Rough, André Saraiva, Seen, Seth, Invader, Sten Lex, Tanc, Hua Tunan, Yok & Sheryo, YZ, Zevs and many more.

    230 pages. 

    9.1 x 0.8 x 11 inches.

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  • Graffiti School - A Student Guide

    If you want to learn how to write graffiti this is the book you will need to give you endless style.

    Find out how to:

    - Design your own letter style
    - Use different effects to make your graffiti unique
    - Draw throw-ups
    - How to do funky fills
    - Paint wildstyle, bubblestyle and blockbusters
    - Handle a spray can, or marker
    - Get your work up safely and legally

    Teachers, this is the book you need if you want to teach graffiti.

    It contains:

    - Plans for lessons on graffiti - theory and practice
    - Practical advice for staging safe, hands-on graffiti lessons
    - Guidance on marking students' work
    - Resources covering the origins and cultural history of graffiti
    - Clear step-by-step explanations to suit students of all abilities
    - Exercises and solutions

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