The works presented in this book no longer exist - they are all gone for good, washed off the sides of the trains, sometimes hours after they were first created. Often what remains is just a photo, a final remnant of something that took a great deal of skill, courage, and determination to create. Learn More
Author Michael De Feo is a teacher and artist who achieved a certain amount of fame when his work was featured in The Art of Rebellion, the world's best-selling international survey of street art. But it was in his role as educator that De Feo came to the conclusion that the market was lacking in good art books for children and that's what inspired him to create one himself. Learn More
This new edition of Home Sweet Home: Banksy's Bristol contains a new section of words and pictures from Banksy's astonishing Dismaland adventure in Weston-super-Mare near Bristol. Photographer Simon Ellis and author Richard Jones visited 'The UK's Most Disappointing New Visitor Attraction' on many occasions to compile the new section.
Graffiti, whether legal or illegal, is sometimes beautiful and sometimes ugly, but given time it can be breathtaking in its skill of execution. Mural graffiti, although it may be unfashionable to say so is impressive at least in part because it's really bloody difficult to do it well. Learn More
City Slang: The Street Comes to the Gallery is a hard back richly illustrated bi lingual (Italian and English) exhibition catalogue from the ground breaking City Slang group show at Rome's Dorothy Circus Gallery in 2008. Learn More
The most visual book on early 1970s graffiti ever published. The authors were themselves artists and maintain long friendships with other artists, as well as photo archives of the time, on display in this one-of-a-kind book. Learn More
Skinner is a self-taught artist from Sacramento, California who has meticulously crafted a balance of extraordinary mural work, mighty powerful wall-to-wall installations and a prolific commercial career. Learn More
Since the late 1990s, Xara Thustra's art has been inseparable from resistance and community in San Francisco, providing many of the signature visual images of the anti-displacement and anti-war struggles of the era. Learn More
Glorious Volume 3 / Kings of Green 1.1: It is not a book, neither a magazine it's a catalogue of graffiti, which this times comes out in a very special format. 284 pages, a DVD, photos, interviews and high grade focuses.
Graff Wars contains amazing Star Wars inspired graffiti from all over the world. Graff Wars is the result of an international collaboration, with contributors from Kuala Lumpur to New York, from Australia to Spain, The Netherlands, China, Norway, Germany, and many more countries. Learn More