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Book review: Stickerbomb Skulls

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Stickerbomb Skulls

Stickerbomb Skulls is the latest book in the Stickerbomb series. Studio Rarekwai have teamed up with Laurence King once again to bring us this collection of peelable art illustrations of skulls by an eclectic mix of international artists.

Skulls are one of the most popular visual icons used in the worlds of fashion, jewellery, graphic design, music and street art and let’s not forget tattoos. Head out on to the streets armed with a swathe of new stickers. As you can see from the photos, the book includes some amazing intricate work from artists including:

Iconic pieces throughout, I recommend this book (and all of the other Stickerbomb books for that matter), it would also make a fantastic gift.

The SRK is a creative production studio setup by Ryo Sanada and Shazeed Hassan in 2006. Aside from being the creators of the Stickerbomb books, Ryo & Shazeed also authored the first books to explore Asian graffiti culture, from Japan down to Indonesia. (RackGaki [2006], Graffiti Asia [2009]). Pursing their passion for creative content with an international outlook, Ryo & Shazeed are also known for producing award-winning documentaries exploring music, the arts and human interest stories. From it’s spiritual home in London the SRK is now a studio fast evolving to seek new horizons in South East Asia and beyond.

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  • Paperback
  • 300 colour illustrations
  • 108 pages
  • 165 x 210 mm
  • ISBN 9781780671833
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