Title: Graffiti en Stedelijke Kunst
Subtitle: Muurschilderingen, Tags, Sjablonen en Stickers
Author: Cristian Campos
Language: Dutch, English, German, Spanish
Dimensions: 28 x 28 x 4.5 cm / 11 x 11 x 1.8 inch.
Condition: Cover: 9.5/10 Inside: 10/10
This stunning and large volume showcases almost 600 pages of graffiti art.
This book is an exhaustive compilation of graffiti and urban artworks done by 50 of the best international urban artists all over the world, in cities including Los Angeles, Tokyo, New York, London or Singapore, among many others. A route through the latest trends in urban art and the myriad of styles within it: 3D, bubble, wild style – The book is divided into three chapters and includes works of all kinds, from the smallest stickers to the huge graffiti that fill facades several storeys high.
With information about more than 1000 works and 50 urban artists, this book is a broad overview of the new trends from the world of graffiti and urban art; a representative catalog of this deluge of talent that bubbles up in the streets of the major world cities today: New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo, London, Paris … 3D, Wild style, tags, templates, stickers. On the pages of this book, the reader will find the starting point for the urban art of the second decade of the 21st century, a mixture of creativity, originality, color, shape and texture that seems to have sprouted directly from the asphalt. 576 pages of pure talent; expressed without hindrance, self-taught and above all, free. In short, the art of the future.