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FatCap has selected more than 20 free graffiti and street art magazines available online. Here's a Tsunami of vandalized PDF. Bloodwars is a Pdf Magazine. Print it out pass it along. Bloodwars intention is to expose the various forms and styles of Street Bombing and what ever else I find. No Description.

UalpaIrltJng3fl ldllcoration-2Wlcenturf. In this book, I have attempted the most comprehensive presentation ever published of the most interesting and infiuential artists in individual countries. I have roamed the world-literallY,butalsoviathelnternetandahugerange of contacts-to provide a truly unique perspective Letters used to dominate but today the culture has expanded: Over the past few years, gratfiti artists have been using a wider scope of expression. Personal style is free to develop without any constraints, and stickers, posters, stencils, airbrush, oil-basedchalk,allvarietiesofpaintandevensculptureare used. Most artists have been liberated from relying solely on the soravcen. As a result.

Back to the streets encore, avec Kashink et son jeu de genres. La nostalgie? Oui, aussi.

Alarme, ironie et excellence. Nous prenons aussi des nouvelles de Brusk dont les nouvelles incursions vers le volume nous intriguent et nous enchantent. Woehr et Jon Fox. Commandez Graffiti Art magazine 28 sur notre boutique en ligne. Nous vous faisons part de nos visites des expositions Hey!

Pourquoi ce Guide? Disponible en librairie et sur notre boutique en ligne. With The Urban Contemporary Art Guide , Graffiti Art puts on the 4th edition of his annual special issue dedicated to the artists who hit the year , worldwide, evolving on the art market who had at least one solo show in a gallery in and have an international career. Why this Guide? Our criterias, our aims… - Introduction: Available in bookstores and on our online shop.

Sans rire! This 3rd edition speaks to art lovers, collectors, and any kind of people. This special issue enables you to know everything about the most important movement of the 21st century. To know where you need to go to see and to purchase pieces of urban art, which artists and what prices for? This publication unveils images and more than texts about established artists and upcoming talents. During the student revolts been around since the beginning of mankind.

Pictures, such in the and , protesters made their views public as those at the LascauxCaves in France, were mostly carved with posters and painted words. In ancient Greece, fragments of clay were found in New York and Philadelphia, where artists such as Taki on which notes had been carved, while excavations in Julio , Cat and Cornbread painted their names Pompeii brought to light a wealth of graffiti, including election walls or in subway stations around Manhattan.

The unique slogans, drawings and obscenities make-up of New York City - in which the Harlem slums and In , the first magazine to focus on toilet qrafftti was the glamorous world of Broadway stand side by side- launched: Anthropophyteia later on, during the Second seems to have been a breeding-ground lor the first graffiti World War, the Nazis used writing on walls for their artists, bringing together many different cultures and class propaganda machines to stir up hatred towards Jews issues in one single place.

This environment fuelled an artistic and dissidents. However, graffiti was also important for battle against the power brokers in society, and a breakaway resistance movements as a way of publicizing their protests from poverty and the qhetto. Cornbread, lor example, to the general public. One example is 'The White Rose', became notorious by spray-painting his 'tag' the striking a group of German nonconformists who spoke out against signature of a graffiti artist on an elephant in a zoo.

Through Hitler and his regime in throcoh leaflets and painted these pioneers, American graffiti was born, sweeping through the world and drawing thousands of youngsters This changed in around 1 , when the New York authorities under its spell. As the New York writers travelled around, the graffiti The glut of new graffiti artists brandishing their names across phenomenon spread throughout the whole of the USA. At the same time, the work stand out.

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Tags got bigger and bigger untilthe first first exhibitions took place in Amsterdam and Antwerp. Pieces 'pieces' short for 'masterpieces' appeared on New York started to appear in almost every European city from the early trains. Many artists sought recognition, either by spray- s, although Amsterdam and Madrid had fostered an painting the most trains or the best pieces. Stencit and street earlier graffiti movement that had its roots in punk artists, meanwhile, wanted to communicate with the passer- However, it was only really with the arrival of hip-hop that by or shape their environment without any constraints.

Artists initially targeted trains almost every Western and Western-influenced country because they often travelled through the whole city and then started to edge out further afield. Asia and South and were seen by millions of people. Miss Van. Over Iheyears, the original letter style has developed to encompass a whole range of different typographic fonns: Logo and iconicgraffiti,ontheotherhand,specializeinstriking emblems or figures respectively Allhoughlhespraycan,thetraditionalgraffititool,remains key 10 writers worldwide, the choice of material available thesedays-oiloracrylicpaint,airbrush,oil-basedchalk, posters and stickers, to name afew-is extensive and has widened the scope artisticallyThe sterca technique which involves using a paintbrush or spraycan to paint images or words through a lemplate has recently brought to the fore some of the most recognizable graffiti artists - such as English artist Banksy, with his mix of ironic and politically motivated pictures, and German 'Bananensprayer' Thomas BaumgMel, who has stencilled his bananas on countless gallerieS and museums The emergence of the Internet has also played an interesting role in the evolution of graffiti.

Although some artists shun this new medium, arguing that the direct experience of the art form is crucial, many graffiti artists and their followers have welcomed it with open arms as an 10 additional field of action. Massive archives have been set up by enthusiasts and artists. One example is 'Art Crimes', which has become the definitive worldwide site for highlighting the talent of many writers for a wider audience.

In many countries, these banks 01 pictures and information data are an important means of access to influences from other parts of the world. Belorethe Internet revolution, oaereot conunents. Today, those local differences still exist to some extent but have bee n inspired by styles from alf over tile world. by PIRATE SKULL - Issuu

For countries such as South Africa and Russia, which artists have tended to neglect on their travels, and where it is often impossible to get hold of graffiti magazines and bookapood-ooanty sprayrans and caps the spraycan nozzle, which determines the spray width. Moreover, it often COIljures up images of vandalism and defacement, or is treated as a generic term for street art.

As a result, a lot of artists prefer to label their work as 'aerosol art', 'poet-qramr. I do not wish to make any reference to vandalism by using the term 'graffiti' but, rather, to include and present as many graffiti stylesaslcan,alongwiththeirmost interesting pioneers Unknownal1iSl,Dog,Paris,France, Following pages: Canada had a tate start in around Initially there was a huge boom in graffiti artists but this soon subsided, onty to re-emerge in the early Artists tended to gather in large cities such as Montreal, Toronto and vancouver.

The USA The USA was the birthplace 01 graffiti, which spread like wildfire from cities such as New York or Philadelphia throughout the whole country - and later throughout the whole world. Some try to put across a message; others simply want to add an element of art to a wall or an entire city. In New York, pieces that are reminiscent of the early ,98Qs stand alongside images inspired by the modern trends of street art culture - such as Reas with his plaques, Shepard Fairey wilh his internationat 'Obey Giant' campaign and Michael De reo.

The quality of both lettering and ligurativework has risen to amazing heights, and artists such as Dalek and Creola reve creetec completely new worlds around their characters. Many of the early writers are now freelance artists or work for key companies in the clothing industry as designers Murals have become particularly popular as they often help American artists to secure paid work The Puerto Rican scene began to emerge at around the same time as New York's because many of the first graffiti artists were born in Puerto Rico or had Puerto Rican blood In sharp contrast to New York, however, writing started off on walls as opposed to trains.

Canada was also able to make its mark on a worldwide SOUt. The monikers have a long few years through its naive and exemplary figurative drawings history stretching back to the Depression of the s, when The social and economic problems, drug abuse and gang people jumped on trains without any particular plans and conflicts that have existed in this part of the world have had travelled from town to town looking for work.

Over the years. These days, towards ire rich upper classes trom people living in the goods trains are very easy to spray-paint and are attractive gllettos. Spraycanscan be difficult to come by, often targets because they tend to be seen bya lot of people forcing artists to diversify.

Often the artist will never see his artwork again, or not Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro are at the centre of Brazil's until months later. Despiteitsfiedglingslatus, this scene has had the most siqruftcant influence on worldwide graffiti styles over the past few years. II has introduced a completely new type 01 bubble letter, which characteristically is not painted over work out of res cect. Rather,itisexecuted above or around other throw-ups simple letters, often only with an outline or asingle-colourfill-in, generally paint ed veryquickIY ,inrecognitionofthecostofpaint,tocraatevast colourfulpalchworksinanexuberantstyle.

Brazil is also famed for itspixacao, a cryptic and elongated writing style that originated in Sao Paulo. Its practitioners - known as pi aciores - risk life and limb reaching the vSfY tops of the city's buildings, and no surfaces go uncovered.

Brazilian graffiti artists are now striving to gain recognition worldwide The Os Gameos twins and artists Nina, Vitche and Herbert are all well known and take part in international productions and exhibitions. In fact, Os Gemeos have become two of the most talked about graffiti artists. Their pictures are reminiscent of drawings and illustrations from children's books and ara plastered in every possible-and impossibleplace.

Small groups of estimable artists are also emerging from Argentina and Chile Oockwisefromtopleft: Obey Giant. San Francisco. As a student you're capable of unlocking within yourself' ACAMONCHI Acamonchi's pictures were inspired by the underground an underground artist since the mids, when I was culture on the borders of northern Mexico and America, really into fanzines and skateboard punk counter-cultures,' as well as the punk scene.

The man behind it, Mexican-born says 'recta. For me, Acamonchi would be work includes propaganda projects and mail art, which he mail art meets graffiti with a twist of Mexican urban kitsch. His first street artworks were symbols of anarchy, which he spray-painted when he was just six wilhout reallyunderstandingtheirtruemeaning.

Thesedays,heis known for his surreal ligures, which he plasters across walls and trains with spray-paint or chalk.

His work also includes puppets made out of socks , murals and illustrations 27 26 28 ASYLM Asylm started off spray-painting concrete walls in Los Angeles in but moved on to develop characters, blending traditional graffiti techniques to create his own comical world. In , they brought out their first album do not realize that we serve our demons - that is, our feelings Phantom Limb Syndrome: Docs Word, featuring music and or emotions,' he says.

It tells the story of a mad doctor who has artistically, to calm this demon inside of us.

If we did not do developed a deadly virus. Members of the Cabin Fever Crew what we do, I would have done myself an injury by now' are enlisted 10 rescue his assistant from a dangerous gang 41 44 CARU Caru is from Buenos Aires but now lives in France, where he has become an integral part of the local scene. His pictures play with abstract shapes and plastic letters, and often look like moulded balloons.

CATTLE Cattle also known as Constance Brady paints her canvases building's ageing process; with landlords actively opposed in acrylic, drawing inspiration from subjects she used to photograph on the streets of New York. She is particularly keen on documenting homeowners' attempts to cover up throw-ups or tags on their walls. By painting graffiti-the activitY,angerandresponse-oncanvas,iamdocumenting these beautified landmarks of dvilization ' 45 DAVE CHINO 46 Dave Chino belongs to the old generation ofgraftiti artists Based in New York, he bears testament to the importance of the graffiti movement COPE 2 Cope 2, oneolthe hard-core train bombers, founded the international crew KD - initially called Kids Destroy but now with his memorable throw-ups and his typical wildstyle.

From hisaparlment, he looks down at the clean trains that whizz known as Kings Destroy or Kills Dogs - and also works wrth past his block; for him, trains are graffiti.

He has been on the scene since rough patch when the Vandal Squad, the police's special unit and has covered huge swathes of the New York subway for graffiti, put him under surveillance and searched his rouse 47 CRAOLA 48 crece is from Los Angeles' South Bay area, where there is stories as 'cartoon realism, creepy bed-time stories, organic hardly any graffiti.

Although he has been painting since he was meets tech': There are crazy life, he only got into graffiti when he was seventeen. Initially he bunnies, lots of birds, and kids taking over the place in flying worked with Natoe and Plek. There are nightmares being conquered in this help as well as guiding his style. He describes his picture world by brave kids. Because his or in galleries. He started of comic strips, which he creates USing stencil and 10 spray.

His TV He came up with his infamous flower design in , printing stickers - adults and kids with TV heads - have also gained it on paper using the silk-screen technique, and has not notoriety through their comment on the role and inftuence of stopped since. Over the years, te has plastered hundreds television in today's society. Oil painting has not only as an artist, but as a person.

I tend experiences and thoughts. Many of his pictures often seem to look for the mistake, rather than search for technical quite rough in style, and if he does not like something he perfection.

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He moved onto leiters after seeing a video of bombed trains running lhrough New York These days, he has his own wild style, which combines elementsolthe Brazilianartesanato,an Indian script and Arabic decorations. Music has frequently played documented accounts ot the firs! New York graffiti movement. For example, he has designed 59 of pictures on walls, but his style has become increasingly aosuacr-.

Nowadays, she has Gut down on illegal spray-painting, presenting her work on canvases using oil paint or mixing techniques. Flint Gennari got into graffiti before aerosol art really took off 'For ladies only' and 'Bad but not evil', Early comics in New York and the first 'whole cars' trains that are covered encouraged him to create an anonymous, mysterious identity, from top to bottom or panels came onto the scene. Tagging which inspired subsequent artists such as Future Now up subway stations and trains on the D-Line, he became known for his slogans-including 'Forthose who dare'.

Founded in as Heavyweight Art Installations, the crew specializes in colourful canvases, and its paintings often The Heavyweight crew is one such collective from Montreal, feature life-size thematic portraits of musicians or political comprising Oan Buller, Tyler Gibney and Gene Pendon.

Olfering an enigmatic insight into his world, every day for a few brief seconds, and then it goes away 64 he says: Every time that the sky goes dark, and the has no blood or sweat.. If the pieces are colourful 66 and bubbly, then I'm feeling fly. Using coloured layers and splashes on clear, rough, acrylic panes, he creates a background for his artwork on the pane's reverse side, and then works with adhesive film or stencils to bring out the letters or pictures on the front.

The crew comprises a number of very different, high-quality artists with their own individual styles, including graffiti writers Bacon and Kane 67 KWEST Canadian-born Kwest is a member of Boxstars crew and generally paints his wild letters on fr6ight lrains, blending the colours 01 his pieces with the background of the trains He has always thought that art isa powerful means through whiCh 10 voice issues and change society for the certer.

He tries to find a connection between his realistic portraits and scenes and the environment and make-up of the train. The artist also aims to incorporate feelings, thoughts, anxieties and longings in his pictures. On-osseo chalk is his preferred medium, but he etten also uses a spraycen before colouring the background 71 MAC Mac is from Phoenix, where Mexicans form a large proportion of the populalion-an influence that is clear to seein his artistic development His colourful, realistic and,attimes,verypersonalandreligiouspictureshave been inspired by a combination of factors: Allhough he tnes out other techniques, he prefers to sprav-pent.

It's not about making money and there aren't any rules. It's true freedom of expression. Graffiti art is a way to reach the 'The more tools you can handle, the wider your choices to masses and change people's minds.

I enjoy trying to do mat. He has been painting and drawing since or cardboard.

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The result is a combination of traditional oil he was little. Since discovering spray-paint in their fantastic characters which are often composed using they have not only participated in countless graffiti-orientated a distorted. They are improvisers. Renowned for spray-painting with a kind of intuitive and emotions. Other wanted to avoid breathing matterstome. I can't explain Ihefeeling of painting in a train yard during in the fumes from spraycans and was fed up with lugging 87 cans around in bags 88 OTHER 89 90 him his blackbcok ta collection ot sketches in a bound book.

Although never officially trained in graphics, Persue's fellow artists taught him so much that he now works as a PERSUE professional logo and shoe designer in the sports gear industry. Initially he worked as a freelancer at firms such as Eightball now DC Shoes , where he caught the public's eye with the brands Osiris or Circa. For a while now, he has also been co-organizing exhibitions with other American artists such as Joker and Giant POSE 2 Pose 2 grew up in Philadelphia, Which is better known for its legal graffili than for bombings.

Since getting into graffiti at the age of fourteen, Pose 2 has experimented with all sorts 01 styles, covering his walls with abstract compositions, flat outlines or 3D letters 'Forme, graffiti has always been a personal expression of who I am,' he explains. Without any knowledge of tagging, soon his name began to appear allover Puerto Rico. When he was Under this influence, Prisco ended up drawing his name young. The ernst's independent and lavish style.

SECTR Canadian-born Sectr has been spray-painting since targeting American goods and passenger trains that travel throughout the whole of North America with his abstract and compact style. To give his creative energy as wide a scope as possible, he uses various tools, combining a marker, spraycan and even scraps 01 rubbish. I try to incorporate it into my work. Lost, a magazine based in Los Angeles.

Each day, shewauld sit in cafes and spend hourafler hour on her sketches, which enabled her to acquire and develop her work as 'modern art nouveau'. The faces she depicts. The range ot tools and techniques he uses is extensive including spray-painting, mosaics, acrylic paint, ink, cement and different kinds of paper. His letters are twisted and entwined, with a lot of decorations and a complex choice of colours SONIK Sonik also known as Caleb Neelon is based in Cambridge, are painted illegally and remain anonymous.

Over the years, Massachusetts, although his simple characters often have his travels have enabled him to take his art to many parts strong Brazilian influences. He is especially fond of humorous of the world. Moreover, when he journeyed through Brazil, signs, characters and texts, which are specifically designed Nepal, Iceland and the USA, he worked out individual projects to catch people's attention and target children. The artist for each country.

Stain, originally from Baltimore,startedlousestencilsbecausehewasunableto attord screen-prlntlnq equipment. The artist's pictures have a subjective quality, documenting aspects of his personal life and family history.

Both artists stencil and screen-print posters arc stickers, which often contain political or social statements STAYHIGH Stayhigh is one of New York's old-school pioneers and has been painting soce around , He became known for his slriking character, borrowed from the TV series The Saint. His well-known slogan, 'Voice of the Ghetto', also emerged early on. After almost twenty years' absence, his striking figures have started to reappear on the streets of New York.

Along with other like-minded s graffiti and combines them with present-day technical qratfitiartists. He lirst got into graffiti in the late s, and soon got combination of letters, an integrated background and figures credit for his technical skill and creativity. Today, he is a successful illustrator and paints murals inthe USA and Europe. His passion, however, remains classically Hislove of the classlcal.

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