The elaborate hardcover catalogue to accompany the third Urban Discipline exhibition in 2002 contains 144 color pages. It features detailed portraits of all 34 artists, among them Os Gemeos, Banksy, Toast or Zedz, including with extensive image material and personal texts written by the participants.
The Urban Discipline 2002 catalogue has become a rare collector’s item for graffiti fans and art lovers all over the world.
For some it is only one of the most interesting Graffiti books ever, with lots of well-known artists and pictures from all over the world. For others, it completes the yearly visit to Hamburg City: The book accompanying the Urban Discipline Graffiti Art exhibition became a sought after collector’s item right after it’s second edition for everybody interested in art and fans.
Quality was the main measure. No compromises have been made, neither in design nor in the production. This year, round 34 artists built the team. Beneath the various photos of the past months – some of them of big productions, the very personal texts of the artists make this book different and very special.
Os Gemeos, Vitche, Herbert, Nina (Sao Paulo / Brazil), Puzle (Melbourne / Australia), Mear (Los Angeles / USA), Joker (Portland / USA), Banksy (London / UK), Zedz (Amsterdam / Netherlands), CMP (Kopenhagen / Denmark), Stak, HNT, Andrè, Alexone (Paris / France), Nami/La Mano (Barcelona / Spain), Dare (Basel / Switzerland), Toast (Bern / Switzerland), Loomit, Sat One (Munich), ECB (Landau), Viagrafik (Mainz)Seak (Cologne), Peter Michalski (Dortmund), Stuka (Braunschweig), Esher (Berlin), Tasek, Daim, Daddy Cool, Stohead (Hamburg)
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