EBOOK Graffiti Planet The Best Graffiti from Around the World BY KET – dugisits.co.za

  • Hardcover
  • 128
  • Graffiti Planet The Best Graffiti from Around the World
  • KET
  • English
  • 22 September 2019
  • 9781843172802

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Summary ì Graffiti Planet The Best Graffiti from Around the World µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook All over the worldFeaturing 100 glossy photos of groundbreaking graffiti and including an introduction from Ket a legend on the graffiti sce the best graffiti pictures from any book i ve read only writing the was in the book were the names of the artists bot enough writing

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Summary ì Graffiti Planet The Best Graffiti from Around the World µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook EsGraffiti or 'street art' has become a significant art form in the last twenty years and ever controversial has transformed urban landscapes I am a bit of a fan of Graff books and this catalogue by KET is pretty awesome though not the best I have still get on it

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Summary ì Graffiti Planet The Best Graffiti from Around the World µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Graffiti Planet is a collection of work from various artists that celebrates the endless creativity of the medium and of the artists themselv A neat little collection of graffiti and street art from around the worldIs the best graffiti from around the world as the book s cover proclaims Not uite But there is a nice variety of styles represented here and all of them are for lack of a better phrase pretty neatI don t know the history of graffiti and street art andor when a distinction between the two might have developed This was published in 2007 so I wonder if back then the work of someone like Banksy was considered on par with someone spray painting their name in a large colorful expressive style hence their inclusion side by side hereI m drawn to the former type of street art than the latter but that s not to suggest one is better than the other I like the work of Banksy and other artists for their sense of humor and their politics But so too do I like the abstraction of just a name and how that in and of itself is as visually expressive as something with a clearer purpose whether it be protest or celebrationI wish there was a little bit of that analysis here I ve read several Banksy art books prior to this that dig into the heart of street art and I wanted that same type of introspection here An introduction tastes at that sort of discourse but I wanted something throughout interplayed with the art guiding it But for what it is Graffiti Planet is fine A neat little coffee table book Check it out