New York-based Todd James (born 1969) pioneered a distinct cartoon-based graffiti style in New York in the 1980s, working under the name REAS and gaining the respect of both a street-culture audience and the art and design market. Learn More
The landmark exhibition at The Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego documents the historic revolution in visual culture, in which the codes and icons of the everyday — found on the streets in graffiti, signage, waste, tattoos, advertising, and graphic design — have been appropriated and used as an integral part of contemporary art-making.
Brilliant successor to the first edition Untitled – Street Art in the Counter Culture, this book about street art has again been created without the collaboration of the artists and certainly without the ‘permission’ of the wall owners. Works featured are all recent creations and many exhibit the vile passions that rage between old schools and new. Learn More
Mser was born and grew up in the Bucharest subway system, the forgotten European playground of graffiti, where the trains run rife with color and the smell of paint still fills the stations. Learn More
Over the last decade, street art - art made in public spaces including graffiti, stickers, stencil art, and wheat-pasting - has become one of the most popular and hotly discussed areas of art practice on the contemporary scene. Learn More
The authors of the successful Brooklyn Street Art book expand their scope and take readers on a fast-paced run through New York City, resulting in a vibrant look at the urban art revolution happening on the streets of the city today. Learn More