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Untitled: Street Art In The Counter Culture

Artist: ( pro-actif )
Height: 9.5000 inches

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Price: $34.99

Not to be filed under history, photography, design or non-fiction, as it contains outright lies and outrageous subjective opinion, this book is definitely about street art. It is also about now. Fungus grows on your collected wild-style pioneers. Vile passions rage between old schools and new. Shit flies out from under the hammer at auction houses and property developers fund street art shows to liberal press fanfare. Oh, and Banksy hits the West Bank. Is anyone taking this stuff seriously? Should it be taken seriously? Is it all just an immense daisy chain of poker faces, irony and mind games?

Untitled: Street Art in the Counter Culture is the definitive book covering street art today. Containing work attributed to: Banksy, Faile, DFace, Swoon, Bast, Blu, Blek Le Rat, Nick Walker, Obey, Dolk, Judith Supine, Eine, Gaia, Elbowtoe, Hush, Copyright, Mir, Dan Witz, Space Invader, Armsrock, Doze Green, Know Hope, Logan Hicks, Skullphone, WKInteract, Skewville, Borf, Ame72, Sam3, Eelus, Miss Bugs, Rene Gagnon, The London Police, Michael De Feo and many many more.

From Brooklyn to Bethlehem, Brick Lane to Barcelona.

Untitled: Street Art in the Counter Culture includes features covering:
Santas Ghetto: Banksy's and friends' 2007 trip to Bethlehem raised a much needed $1m for community, family and arts provision on the West Bank.

Spring Street: A New York property developer gives over a commercial building to showcase the best in street art. Swoon, Faile, Obey, DFace and Judith Supine do the decorating.

Cans Festival: The Banksy curated show held at Waterloo saw tens of thousands check out this stencil event over the May 2008 Bank Holiday.

NuArt: Norway's annual arts street art festival with DFace and Eine in attendance.

192 pages

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