OZMO 1998-2018 is 248 pages that tell the story of the evolution of an artist, of a generation of Italian artists and the history of an avant-garde. It is both book and visual work, to collect and consult, with a strong aesthetic impact. READ MORE
Here it is, The Ultimate F CK blogbook. A collection of the works by internationally renowned artist Flavio Campagna KAMPAH from 2011 up to 2017. READ MORE
G. James Daichendt has just released a book titled ‘The Urban Canvas: Street Art Around the World‘ and fellow I Support StreetArt team member –Tim Jentsch– is one of the lead photographers. READ MORE
Hoosier Okie? is the fascinating true story of how the street artist, XVALA, and sculptor, Daniel Edwards, built a three story house as a work of art in the rural United States. READ MORE
The book “Street Art Belgrade” presents the most comprehensive overview of street art in Belgrade, both stylistically and historically. From aphorisms and stencil art, to complex graphics solutions, letters and murals you can follow the graffiti and street art scene in Belgrade, which is becoming more and more vibrant. READ MORE
The book ‘LAPIZ – Walls – Posters – Installations’ is a retrospective of the artist’s street art interventions around the globe. Featuring many popular motives as well as some unpublished works. READ MORE
This beautifully designed book showcases the work of nine pairs of New York City’s finest graffiti and street artists, delving deep into their backgrounds, techniques, and collaborative processes. READ MORE
After “Urban Diversion’s” success, here comes a new book! Let’s Play! Oak Oak is a young man from Saint-Etienne (France) who loves to take a walk in the city. READ MORE
Documenting the Documentarian: VNA 34 ft. Martha Cooper READ MORE
Graffgo is a fine Italian graffiti magazine. We present you the latest edition, the ”Blue edition” which has just been released and includes a featured interview with Swiss street artist YGREK. Check it out and get your own issue to stay in touch with the latest on Graffiti. READ MORE
Katre’s expeditions take place from foreign lands (Beirut , Shanghai , Djerba …) to the Parisian suburbs.
His Eldorado is a world full of debris at the edge of ours: brownfields, abandoned hospitals .
Katre offers a second life to this architecture. READ MORE
Shorts and high socks, toddlers from another time are watching us and laughing with READ MORE
a mischievous look, while a little further, a beautiful lady, fur boa and pearl necklace , is about to cross our path.
Several contemporary studies on public space focus on its loss, in relation to an increase in people’s disengagement from these types of spaces. Since the 1960s, a considerable part of urban culture has attempted to develop strategies for people to re-appropriate public space and to ‘inhabit the city again’. READ MORE
This book offers a panorama of the vanities through the prism of graffiti and street art, with works by over 50 artists worldwide (such as Levalet, Astro, FKDL, Pixel Pancho, Roa and many more). READ MORE
In 1985, Miss Tic begins to register her mark on the walls of Paris, in 2015 she is still at work. This book revisits thirty years of creation from an artist rooted in his time, a street art amazon that worked hard to make art accessible to all, by abolishing the border between exhibition location and art work.
Santiago, with its deeply evolved and extremely active underground graffiti scene, bursts at the seams with an abundance of eye-popping, jaw-dropping murals. READ MORE
Six case studies conducted in New York City, Trenton, and Jersey City, explore how graffiti murals are created and what role they play in a city where buffing illegal graffiti is a lucrative business. READ MORE
MEMENTO MORI is the first book by Spanish artist Borondo, published by Yard Press.
Memento Mori comes from the need of Borondo to fix in a book what has been, in order to continue with what it will be: in this book the artist lets us discover himself in complete freedom and honesty, READ MORE
In a visual feast, hundreds of vibrant images showcase the work of South Africa’s most influential graffiti artists, which will entertain and inspire graffiti enthusiasts and art fanatics all over the world. Selective interviews with major graffiti personalities reveal their passions and inspirations and cover all aspects of the movement, creating a true representation of its evolution. READ MORE
Artist : Oak Oak, Publisher : Omaké Books
Description: Oak Oak is a young man from Saint-Etienne (France) who loves to take a walk in the city. But unlike any ordinary tourist looking for historical building and the most daring architectures, Oak Oak seeks insignificant details. READ MORE
Inspired by the artwork of world-renowned street artist Chor Boogie and created by Jack McKain, Modern Hieroglyphics is an exploration into art, music, fashion, and culture from all over the world. The first issue contains interviews with visual artists from three different continents, READ MORE
all with their own unique influences, stories, and backgrounds. Limited edition print issues of Modern Hieroglyphics will be released biannually – order now at www.modernhiero.com.
Outdoor Gallery – New York City documents the vibrancy of the diverse contemporary street art environment of New York City. The book predominantly collects the work of New York based artists, running the gamut from old school graffiti writers such as COPE2, to contemporary street artists such as HELLBENT, EKG, ASVP, CERN and GAIA. READ MORE
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4 days ago by i_support_street_art 7 Daughter’s of Eve for Truth Hounds. Beginning of this December, LAPIZ was invited by Truth Hounds to paint a human right mural. Truth Hounds (www.truth-hounds.org/en) is an Ukrainian NGO who has its base in the Georgian capital Tbilisi fighting for human rights by investigating, documenting and monitoring human rights violations. They also offer a safe haven in their city shelter for human rights defenders facing security threats as well as providing educational programs. In order to gain a larger audience they organised a street festival inviting (inter-)national artists each painting a mural concerning human right issues. @lapizgraffiti painted the 19 hours ago by i_support_street_art Said Dokins / @saidokins , “Identity and Difference”. Stories of a Word in Villars Fontaine, 2018. Street Art on the Roc, La Karriere, France. Photo: Leonardo Luna. Dokins participated with his project “Stories of a Word”, with the support of Mexican Government through the National Fund for Culture and Arts (FONCA), in which he involved people from the community and visitors to look into the notions of identity and difference. The artist invited the participants to provide a word referring to their experience in that remote region. One of the words that caught his attention was Khobz, the name of one 4 days ago by i_support_street_art @o_taxis created this fine mural describing the moment of grape harvesting in a representative "frame". "Viktoria", the title of his work, an almost romantic image with warm and delicate tones presents a woman in the action of picking grapes at the center of a Salentine landscape during the harvest. Made in Lecce last month, for the second edition of #167bartproject Guests and protagonists of this edition were Dimitris Taxis from Athens GR and Sabotaje Al Montaje from the Canary Islands. They both made composite plots by creating works driven from a careful sociological reading of the place and the surrounding
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