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Unique artwork from London's streets - My new book documenting 'London Graffiti and Street Art' published by Ebury Press.
150 Classic Skateboard Stickers from Studio Rarekwai - The new book published by Laurence King celebrates one of the most influential and prolific of all sticker scenes.
Full of great skull inspired artwork, all as peelable stickers. Another great publication to compliment the set of Stickerbomb books published by Laurence King so far!
The super-successful Stickerbomb line of books, Stickerbomb XL takes it to the next level, with large format and vinyl stickers.
Published by Korero Press, Street and Fine Artist Ron English's book is a collection of visually stunning and bitingly funny work which explores the artists belief that all art is a futile attempt to cheat death...
A traditional graffiti art book in the style of the seminal 'Subway Art' and 'Spraycan Art . H.Love's book is a testament to the Miami Graffiti Art scene and the artists featured, out now from Shiffer Publishing.
Street Art Fine Art presents a collection of classic works of fine art by the old masters reinterpreted by 17 world renowned street artists in Dulwich, South London.
The Art of D*Face: One Man & His Dog published by Laurence King in November 2013 is the long-awaited monograph showing the development of D*Face’s career as an artist to date.
Wild art is art that is too offbeat, outrageous, kitsch, quirky or funky to ‘make it’ in the formal Art World of galleries and museums.
The World Atlas of Street Art and Graffiti offers the reader an insider’s view of the urban landscape as the artists themselves experience it.
In the first attempt to tell the full story of Banksy’s life and career, Will Ellsworth-Jones pieces together a picture of Banksy’s world.
Claudia Walde spent over two years collecting alphabets by 154 artists from thirty countries with a view to showing the many different styles of lettering within graffiti and street art cultures.
Frank Malt aka ‘Steam156’, started as a graffiti writer in 1984 and has since documented graffiti and street art not only in The UK but around the world...
London Hand Styles and the London Black Book offer a unique insight into London's Graffiti Scene.