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A History Of American Graffiti

A History Of American Graffiti: 400 pages covering everything graffiti in the States. Carefully curated by Roger Gastman & Caleb Neelon this book is a must have for all people loving street art. And if Shephard Fairey says “If there were a college...
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Little People: A Street Art Project

Good things come in small packages. In 2006 artist Slinkachu started his Little People project, which definitely is among the good. The project involves the remodelling and painting of miniature model train set characters, which he then places and leaves...
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A Travel Guide To Anywhere

While the print industry is going through hard times, there are people keeping it alive through their creativity. One of these people is Magda Lipka Falck, a student at Stockholm’s design and art school Konstfack. Falck has created a universal travel...
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The End of Publishing…

Here’s an example of smart writing… Be sure to watch it past halfway! This movie was created by Dorling Kindersley Books for an internal sales conference, but was spread because of it’s genius. It makes me wonder though what the vision...
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Gentlemen of Bacongo

Photographer Daniele Tamagni has created a must have book: Gentlemen of Bacongo. The book is an amazing document about Le Sape. Le Sape is a movement in West-Africa in which men (and a few women) dress in flamboyant designer and handmade suits and other...
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A Peek In Tim Burton's Mind

Regular readers of this blog probably know that I am a big fan of Tim Burton’s work. Thats why I was exited when I read on Wired that his art-work is now bundled in a 434 page thick book, displaying over 1000 drawings, doodles, paintings and evocative...
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