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The politically charged art of Robbie Conal is gnarled, gut retching and emotionally laden. Featuring every image in Robbie Conal's storied poster campaigns, this is the definitive history of America's foremost street artist (Washington Post). A foreword by Shepard Fairey, American contemporary street artist, graphic designer, and activist, sets the ...
Robbie Conal: Street Wise: 35 Years of Politically Charged Guerrilla Art
The politically charged art of Robbie Conal is gnarled, gut retching and emotionally laden. Featuring every image in Robbie Conal's storied poster campaigns, this is the definitive history of America's foremost street artist (Washington Post). A foreword by Shepard Fairey, American contemporary street artist, graphic designer, and activist, sets the scene. Conal's satirical posters of political figures are given richer context as his life story is insightfully joined with art criticism by expert Daichendt. Today honored by museums and arts organizations around the world, Conal hit high speed during the Reagan administration in 1986 when he began turning his grotesque portraits into street posters. We see Conal's life come together at a critical moment to attack issues of censorship, war, social injustice, and the environment.
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47.250000 USD

Robbie Conal: Street Wise: 35 Years of Politically Charged Guerrilla Art

by G. James Daichendt
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KRINK is a brand name of iconic inks and paint markers created by graffiti/street artist Craig Costello, aka KR. This visual memoir is a deep dive into KR and KRINK markers: from his early street-art/graffiti days of the '80s and '90s to his evolution into graffiti-artist royalty and his high-fashion ...
KRINK New York City
KRINK is a brand name of iconic inks and paint markers created by graffiti/street artist Craig Costello, aka KR. This visual memoir is a deep dive into KR and KRINK markers: from his early street-art/graffiti days of the '80s and '90s to his evolution into graffiti-artist royalty and his high-fashion collaborations and art exhibitions. From making his own markers in the early '90s and selling his product at hip New York City retail store Alife, Costello now has an internationally recognized brand creating markers and pens that are distributed and sold worldwide. KR's work is the epitome of street-culture aesthetic crossed with high fashion, a more street version of Stephen Sprouse. The book showcases KR and his seminal style in its dripping glory. It also chronicles his myriad collaborations with Alife, Nike, Coach, Moncler, Modernica, Marc Jacobs, Levi Strauss and Co., Mini (BMW), Casio, Smith Optics, Carhartt, Incase, Kidrobot, Monument Snowboards, Married to the Mob, Juxtapoz, and Colette, among many others. KRINK the book 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.
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83.68 USD

KRINK New York City

by C. Costello
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The Street Art Manual is an illicit, tactical handbook to creating art in public and taking over urban space. Every type of street art is covered, from painting graffiti, to light projections, stenciling, wheat pasting and mural making, with each technique illustrated with step-by-step drawings. Arm yourself with the tips ...
The Street Art Manual
The Street Art Manual is an illicit, tactical handbook to creating art in public and taking over urban space. Every type of street art is covered, from painting graffiti, to light projections, stenciling, wheat pasting and mural making, with each technique illustrated with step-by-step drawings. Arm yourself with the tips and knowledge that no other guide will give you and go out and reclaim the streets in the name of urban creativity.
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27.88 USD

The Street Art Manual

by Bill Posters, Barney Francis
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Decades before he blew the lid off the high-stakes art world by shredding a work immediately following its purchase at an auction, Banksy was committing acts of artistic protest on the streets, walls, and bridges of cities throughout the world. We still don't know who Banksy is, but thanks to ...
A Visual Protest: The Art of Banksy
Decades before he blew the lid off the high-stakes art world by shredding a work immediately following its purchase at an auction, Banksy was committing acts of artistic protest on the streets, walls, and bridges of cities throughout the world. We still don't know who Banksy is, but thanks to this book we have a greater sense of how he works. This book features approximately eighty works from the start of his street art career to today, most photographed in situ and presented in vibrant illustrations. This book guides readers through Banksy's artistic processes and explains his influences, such as the Situationism movement and the May 1968 uprising in Paris. It delves into key works such as Love Is in the Air, a stencilled graffiti that subverts the idea of violent protest; Flag, in which the iconic American photograph at Iwo Jima is altered to reflect a group of Harlem children atop a burnt-out car; and the slyly titled Turf War, in which Winston Churchill sports a grassy Mohawk. The book also pays tribute to Banksy's rats, a reviled symbol of urban decay that the artist reimagines as rappers, violin players, and painters. As Banksy continues to challenge the political, economic, and racial oppression that takes place every day in cities around the world, this book offers a timely appreciation of just how the artist has embedded himself into the psyche of the powerful as well as the voiceless-without ever revealing his own identity.
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55.78 USD

A Visual Protest: The Art of Banksy

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A wave of protest is in the air and on the walls! A new generation of politicized artists, designers and communicators the world over are using stencil art as an accessible yet powerful means of giving voice to their ideas. The Stencil Graffiti Handbook sees Tristan Manco back on the ...
The Stencil Graffiti Handbook
A wave of protest is in the air and on the walls! A new generation of politicized artists, designers and communicators the world over are using stencil art as an accessible yet powerful means of giving voice to their ideas. The Stencil Graffiti Handbook sees Tristan Manco back on the streets. Through an incomparable network of street-art contacts, gained through over two decades of immersion in the scene, Manco has scoured the globe to find the most interesting street artists working today - those operating outside of the mainstream market of 'Urban Art' and beneath the radar of everyone but the true cognoscenti. Exploring the medium's applications within grassroots activism as well as the contemporary craft scene, Manco brings this thriving artform to light. Showing both process and results, The Stencil Graffiti Handbook dives into street art's essential elements - place, space, technique and subject - before taking to the streets to see how, where and why stencil graffiti is king. Also featuring studio visits with artists and practical, step-by-step guidance via artist-led projects, with specially commissioned instructional illustrations by the renowned Colombian collective Instituto Bogotano de Corte, The Stencil Graffiti Handbook is an unmissable education and inspiration for anyone with an open mind and a rebellious spirit.
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37.11 USD

The Stencil Graffiti Handbook

by Tristan Manco
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A celebration of the author's art, a rallying read for women who are fed up with their own harassment experiences and a statement on how pervasive the problem of street harassment really is, this is a singular and important book. Sitting at the cross-section of social activism, art, community engagement ...
Stop Telling Women to Smile: Stories of Street Harassment and How We're Taking Back Our Power
A celebration of the author's art, a rallying read for women who are fed up with their own harassment experiences and a statement on how pervasive the problem of street harassment really is, this is a singular and important book. Sitting at the cross-section of social activism, art, community engagement and feminism, Stop Telling Women To Smile brings to the page the author's arresting and famous street art-featuring the faces and voices of everyday women as they talk about the experience of living in communities that are supposed to be their homes yet are frequently hostile. Among the lessons of the #metoo movement is that countless women experience harassment, and that women are more eager than ever to share experiences and recognise common oppression. Fazlalizadeh has been contributing to these conversations through her street art since 2012. This perfectly timed, singular collection of profiles, short essays and original artwork unforgettably shows how it affects women based on gender presentation, race, class, age and other intersecting identities.
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29.400000 USD

Stop Telling Women to Smile: Stories of Street Harassment and How We're Taking Back Our Power

by Tatyana Fazlalizadeh
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Writing Stories with Three Letters: Art and Graffiti by Egs
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65.07 USD

Writing Stories with Three Letters: Art and Graffiti by Egs

by Tobias Barenthin Lindblad
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Rockin' It Suckers: New York City's Most Wanted Graffiti Vandals: 10th Anniversary Edition
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31.450000 USD

Rockin' It Suckers: New York City's Most Wanted Graffiti Vandals: 10th Anniversary Edition

by Cousin Frank, Alain Ket Mariduena
Hardback
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Hip Hop Coloring Book: East Coast Edition
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16.72 USD

Hip Hop Coloring Book: East Coast Edition

by Mark 563
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It's a must-have art collection gathering dust on the coffee table, and it's just that. - NY Journal of Books on Street Art Today 1 One of the best books on Street Art - Amazon.com It is a beautiful aggregation, and certainly many of these artists have been interviewed and ...
Street Art Today II: The 50 Most Influential Street Artists Today
It's a must-have art collection gathering dust on the coffee table, and it's just that. - NY Journal of Books on Street Art Today 1 One of the best books on Street Art - Amazon.com It is a beautiful aggregation, and certainly many of these artists have been interviewed and regularly featured on websites and other free cultural outlets like this one providing depth, context, analysis, information, and exposure. Having a hard copy of this collection of fifty in your hand will help freeze this moment for posterity as the scene/s continue to evolve. - brooklynstreetart.com on Street Art Today 1 Going beyond the cliche of street art as artistically responsible graffiti, this Who's Who of the international contemporary street art scene features 50 of the top street artists working today, complete with exclusive interviews. More than a revised edition of Street Art Today (2015), this book offers a completely new and updated roster of artists, and highlights the evolution of street art in all its multi-faceted complexity. Street Art Today is beautifully presented and written, in the main, in straightforward language accessible to all.
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63.000000 USD
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The Frist Art Museum and Vanderbilt University Press have partnered to copublish Murals of North Nashville Now. The publication includes plates of the eight murals in the exhibition of the same name, along with images of public mural installations in North Nashville. The book features an essay on North Nashville ...
Murals of North Nashville Now
The Frist Art Museum and Vanderbilt University Press have partnered to copublish Murals of North Nashville Now. The publication includes plates of the eight murals in the exhibition of the same name, along with images of public mural installations in North Nashville. The book features an essay on North Nashville and its history by Dr. Learotha Williams Jr., associate professor of African American and public history at Tennessee State University. Williams also runs the North Nashville Heritage Project. Kathryn E. Delmez, curator of the accompanying exhibition, edited the volume, considering the murals from both art-historical and community-engagement-driven perspectives. Susan H. Edwards, executive director and CEO of the Frist Art Museum, wrote the foreword and acknowledgments. Generous support from various community leaders will allow the book to be placed in all Davidson County public schools and libraries, and to be presented to members of the Nashville Metropolitan Council and Tennessee General Assembly.
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10.500000 USD

Murals of North Nashville Now

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I've never made my art because I want to make money. I make it because I believe that my paintings . . . can change the world. Meet C215, a master street artist with a mission. C215 is the pseudonym chosen by Christian Gu my ( The French Banksy ), ...
C215 Christian Guemy Stencil Art
I've never made my art because I want to make money. I make it because I believe that my paintings . . . can change the world. Meet C215, a master street artist with a mission. C215 is the pseudonym chosen by Christian Gu my ( The French Banksy ), one of the world's most important masters of contemporary street art. He became famous in 2008 when Banksy invited him to collaborate on some projects, and today, even though he has the talent to work for galleries or museums, he continues producing his art on the street. See his amazing creations, and get to know him through a series of interviews conducted by Alessandra Mattanza, an expert in international street art. Known for drawing, painting, spray-painting, and personally photographing his works, C215 himself has in fact taken many of the images shown in this eye-opening volume. These photos enrich this intimate portrait of the artist, presenting his vision and his experience on the street. Readers can grasp the essence of his philosophy, and discover his most important works in the cities of Paris, London, Los Angeles, New York, Rome, Istanbul, New Delhi, and Fez as well as in Brazil, Poland, Israel, and Morocco.
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36.700000 USD

C215 Christian Guemy Stencil Art

by Christian Guemy, Alessandra Mattanza
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We could have been called a lot of things: brazen vandals, scared kids, threats to social order, self-obsessed egomaniacs, marginalized youth, outsider artists, trend setters, and thrill seekers. But, to me, we were just regular kids growing up hard in America and making the city our own. Being 'writers' gave ...
Going All City: Struggle and Survival in LA's Graffiti Subculture
We could have been called a lot of things: brazen vandals, scared kids, threats to social order, self-obsessed egomaniacs, marginalized youth, outsider artists, trend setters, and thrill seekers. But, to me, we were just regular kids growing up hard in America and making the city our own. Being 'writers' gave us something to live for and 'going all city' gave us something to strive for; and for some of my friends it was something to die for. In the age of Banksy, hipster street art, and commissioned wall murals, it's easy to forget graffiti's complicated and often violent past in the United States. Though graffiti has become one of the most influential art forms of the twenty-first century, cities across the United States waged a war against it from the late 1970s to the early 2000s, complete with brutal police task forces. Who were the much-maligned taggers they targeted? Teenagers, usually, from low-income neighborhoods with little to their names except a few spray cans and a desperate need to be seen--to mark their presence on city walls and buildings even as their cities turned a blind eye to them. Going All City is the mesmerizing and painful story of these young graffiti writers, told by one of their own. Prolific LA writer Stefano Bloch came of age in the late 1990s amid constant violence, poverty, and vulnerability. He recounts vicious interactions with police; debating whether to take undocumented friends with gunshot wounds to the hospital; coping with his mother's heroin addiction; instability and homelessness; and his dread that his stepfather would get out of jail and tip his unstable life into full-blown chaos. But he also recalls moments of peace and exhilaration: marking a fresh tag; the thrill of running with his crew at night; exploring the secret landscape of LA; the dream and success of going all city. Bloch holds nothing back in this fierce, poignant memoir. Going All City is an unflinching portrait of a deeply maligned subculture and an unforgettable account of what writing on city walls means to the most vulnerable people living within them.
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27.90 USD

Going All City: Struggle and Survival in LA's Graffiti Subculture

by Stefano Bloch
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A sweeping history of Los Angeles told through the lens of the many marginalized groups-from hobos to taggers-that have used the city's walls as a channel for communication Graffiti written in storm drain tunnels, on neighborhood walls, and under bridges tells an underground and, until now, untold history of Los ...
The City Beneath: A Century of Los Angeles Graffiti
A sweeping history of Los Angeles told through the lens of the many marginalized groups-from hobos to taggers-that have used the city's walls as a channel for communication Graffiti written in storm drain tunnels, on neighborhood walls, and under bridges tells an underground and, until now, untold history of Los Angeles. Drawing on extensive research within the city's urban landscape, Susan A. Phillips traces the hidden language of marginalized groups over the past century-from the early twentieth-century markings of hobos, soldiers, and Japanese internees to the later inscriptions of surfers, cholos, and punks. Whether describing daredevil kids, bored workers, or clandestine lovers, Phillips profiles the experiences of people who remain underrepresented in conventional histories, revealing the powerful role of graffiti as a venue for cultural expression. Graffiti aficionados might be surprised to learn that the earliest documented graffiti bubble letters appear not in 1970s New York but in 1920s Los Angeles. Or that the negative letterforms first carved at the turn of the century are still spray painted on walls today. With discussions of characters like Leon Ray Livingston (a.k.a. A-No. 1 ), credited with consolidating the entire system of hobo communication in the 1910s, and Kathy Zuckerman, better known as the surf icon Gidget, this lavishly illustrated book tells stories of small moments that collectively build into broad statements about power, memory, landscape, and history itself.
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74.38 USD

The City Beneath: A Century of Los Angeles Graffiti

by Susan A Phillips
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Consummate wiseguy, documentarian of working people, and vaguely anonymous human Dont Fret is one of Chicago's most visible street artists, best known for his wheat-pasted characters and snarky musings that populate city streets worldwide. Simultaneously sardonic, biting, and fond, the bluntness of his figures and textsaoften belonging to the neighborhood ...
Dont Fret: Life Thus Far
Consummate wiseguy, documentarian of working people, and vaguely anonymous human Dont Fret is one of Chicago's most visible street artists, best known for his wheat-pasted characters and snarky musings that populate city streets worldwide. Simultaneously sardonic, biting, and fond, the bluntness of his figures and textsaoften belonging to the neighborhood they inhabitaskewers the obvious and reflects the normalized-until-numbed issues of the city back at the passerby experiencing them firsthand. While his work has stretched from Sao Paulo to Helsinki, he remains a true Wicker Park native, digging into the character(s) of Chicagoathe stew of down-and-out and up-and-up, the meatpackers, the artists, the street-wise, and the stupid. The first comprehensive survey of Dont Fret's work/life thus far, this monograph showcases a decade of his street and gallery work and features memories and anecdotes from fellow artists and friends, as well as a foreword by writer and Brooklyn Street Art co-founder Steven P. Harrington.
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52.500000 USD
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Iconic New York bands Crazy Spirit and Dawn of Humans were born of separate but complementary points of contention towards everything punk had to offer--or more accurately, what it didn't. What began as vibrant felt tired and stale, resulting in most bands merely going note for note with the glory ...
Welcome to Dripper World: Sound and Vision by Sam Ryser
Iconic New York bands Crazy Spirit and Dawn of Humans were born of separate but complementary points of contention towards everything punk had to offer--or more accurately, what it didn't. What began as vibrant felt tired and stale, resulting in most bands merely going note for note with the glory days. Both Crazy Spirit and Dawn of Humans twisted and mangled the punk formula to create truly bizarre and sinister sonic experiences (a Dawn of Humans live show, for example, would usually feature the singer confronting the audience covered only in paint, his genitalia choked off by heavy chains), achieving instant international acclaim and recognition. Sam Ryser says of his involvement in the projects, We sought to move in a new and lateral direction, harkening back to an ethos of not only creating with your own hands but breaking down genre and medium walls to sculpt an entire world. By tying every facet of the bands together--sound, practice, live performance, visual aesthetic, and personal connections--we created our own moving worlds within this one, with the end product of a vinyl record becoming merely a blurry porthole. Ryser's influence on the global DIY punk scene has been enormous, through his musical output as well as elaborate designs for his and other bands' artwork. After years of designing flyers, record covers, t-shirts, and tour posters, he opened up the art and oddities shop DRIPPER WORLD in a converted shipping container in Bushwick. This space gave him a headquarters for not only distributing this art but also acting as a sort of showcase for his own projects and artwork, alongside those of his contemporaries and influences. Speaking to this process of creation, Ryser says, When approached by a band for a commission--whether it be the full packaging for an LP or a shirt to be duct taped behind a merch table--I seek to carve out a part their world. I wonder what exploring the far corners of their map can do to expand the borders of their own point of origin: punk band. Comic, pastoral settings of glinting clouds over blue skies and lush meadows give a refractive lens to a band focused on the morbid and dystopian, while grittily photocopied talismans of darkness can cause a pressure drop in the atmosphere of a more sensual and romantic band, bringing out previously hidden subtleties in their sound and character.
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46.49 USD

Welcome to Dripper World: Sound and Vision by Sam Ryser

by Sam Ryser
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Urban Scrawl Pocket Notes
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13.00 USD

Urban Scrawl Pocket Notes

by Bianca Dyroff
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Wall Talk: Graffiti of the Egyptian Revolution
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31.450000 USD

Wall Talk: Graffiti of the Egyptian Revolution

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Egyptian street artist Bahia Shehab began taking to the streets using lines from Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish during the Egyptian revolution of 2011. Since then, she has taken her peaceful resistance to the streets of the world, from New York to Tokyo, Amsterdam to Honolulu. This exhibition catalogue documents not ...
At the Corner of a Dream: A Journey of Resistance & Revolution: The Street Art of Bahia Shehab
Egyptian street artist Bahia Shehab began taking to the streets using lines from Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish during the Egyptian revolution of 2011. Since then, she has taken her peaceful resistance to the streets of the world, from New York to Tokyo, Amsterdam to Honolulu. This exhibition catalogue documents not only Shehab's striking artwork itself, but also the stories of the people she meets along the way, and her observations from the streets of each new city she visits. It is her artists manifesto, a cry for freedom and dignity, and a call to never stop dreaming.
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36.700000 USD

At the Corner of a Dream: A Journey of Resistance & Revolution: The Street Art of Bahia Shehab

by Bahia Shehab
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Street Art is a phenomenon and subcultural movement that reaches from the darkest urban backstreets to the most glamorous international art fairs. Simon Armstrong examines how it evolved from its origins in the 1970s New York graffiti scene to embrace many new materials, styles and techniques along the way, tracing ...
Street Art
Street Art is a phenomenon and subcultural movement that reaches from the darkest urban backstreets to the most glamorous international art fairs. Simon Armstrong examines how it evolved from its origins in the 1970s New York graffiti scene to embrace many new materials, styles and techniques along the way, tracing how this marginal art form graduated into art galleries and the art market, while also heavily influencing design, fashion, advertising and visual culture. Despite having earned a place in the canon of 20th-century art history, Street Art's qualifications are often disputed both by the art establishment and practitioners themselves, all concerned with notions of authenticity. Examining Street Art's controversial history in detail, this book provides a full-colour worldwide journey, taking in all of the movement's significant artists and artworks, styles, materials and methods, and showcasing the works that have come to define it more than any other. It also examines its close relationship to Pop Art and Digital Art, and explores possible futures for Street Art.
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17.800000 USD

Street Art

by Simon Armstrong
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D*face: The Monograph
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57.700000 USD

D*face: The Monograph

by Dean Stockton
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Much has been written about landfills and the monumentality of rubbish, but little attention has been paid to litter, the small trash that soils the urban pavement, like the bits of chewing gum that some artists decorate. Talking Trash looks at refuse in its early stages, when it is still ...
Talking Trash: Cultural Uses of Waste
Much has been written about landfills and the monumentality of rubbish, but little attention has been paid to litter, the small trash that soils the urban pavement, like the bits of chewing gum that some artists decorate. Talking Trash looks at refuse in its early stages, when it is still tiny and unassuming, still lives in the city, and has yet to grow, leave the metropolis, and accumulate in landfills. The chapters of Talking Trash reflect upon the anthropomorphic nature of urban refuse; upon the poetics and semantics of micro-litterscapes and the archives of all things discarded; upon Dumpsterology, or the history of the garbage container as a gendered artifact dense with cultural meaning; and upon dirty innocence, or the complex and contradictory link that ties childhood to muck. The author also focuses on one significant non-urban scene, the desert landscape and the clothing and other items that immigrants discard as they make a desperate trek across the border.
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36.750000 USD

Talking Trash: Cultural Uses of Waste

by Maite Zubiaurre
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An explosive collection of over 200 full colour die-cut stickers created to make a statement A truth bomb , according to the Urban Dictionary is a fact or piece of knowledge that, when told to a listener, is devastating to the listener's argument or world view. Well in this case, ...
Truth Bombs. Stick it to the Man
An explosive collection of over 200 full colour die-cut stickers created to make a statement A truth bomb , according to the Urban Dictionary is a fact or piece of knowledge that, when told to a listener, is devastating to the listener's argument or world view. Well in this case, The Man should prepare to be hit right between the eyeballs and mind blown apart by a global underground coalition of artists, illustrators, pop-culture pirates, graphic agitators and agent provocateurs, protesting the wicked ways of the world. How you spin each sticker gives it the magical personal touch. Let us commodify your dissent and we guarantee that your resistance will be spectacular.
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23.050000 USD

Truth Bombs. Stick it to the Man

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Warrior Writing Drawing Journal
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50.400000 USD

Warrior Writing Drawing Journal

by Sir Michael Huhn, Michael Huhn
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New York City Drawing Book
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25.200000 USD

New York City Drawing Book

by Sir Michael Huhn, Michael Huhn
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Warrior Writing Drawing Journal
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18.660000 USD

Warrior Writing Drawing Journal

by Sir Michael Huhn, Michael Huhn
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The Autograph Book of L.A.: Improvements on the Page of the City
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47.250000 USD

The Autograph Book of L.A.: Improvements on the Page of the City

by Josh Kun
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Banksy In New York
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55.78 USD

Banksy In New York

by Ray Mock
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What is behind the tidal wave of street art that is sweeping through the cultural scene today? What are its artistic features, its codes, and its language? How has its production, which was originally exclusively centered in the urban space, invaded galleries, bringing with it real popularity for some artists? ...
Street Art: An Illustrated Anthology
What is behind the tidal wave of street art that is sweeping through the cultural scene today? What are its artistic features, its codes, and its language? How has its production, which was originally exclusively centered in the urban space, invaded galleries, bringing with it real popularity for some artists? These are some of the questions that Magda Danysz, a gallery owner and recognized expert on street art, answers with an easily comprehensible and entertaining style in this unique, richly illustrated anthology, interspersed with the portraits of the big international names. This volume retraces the history of the genre from its beginnings in the mid-1970s to the current issues that surround it today. This historical journey is dotted with portraits of the big international names from the field and dives deep into one of the major currents of contemporary art.
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31.450000 USD

Street Art: An Illustrated Anthology

by Magda Danysz
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Skateboarding Journal: Skateboarding Journal with 'Graffiti Park Wall Art Photography' by Graffiti Gifts - 8' x 10' with 200 College Ruled line pages for note taking, composition book, notebook for idea's, lists and study for school, college or w
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9.400000 USD

Skateboarding Journal: Skateboarding Journal with 'Graffiti Park Wall Art Photography' by Graffiti Gifts - 8' x 10' with 200 College Ruled line pages for note taking, composition book, notebook for idea's, lists and study for school, college or w

by Graffiti Gifts
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