The guys at Global Street Art released a new book yesterday, titled “Concrete Canvas: How Street Art is Changing The Way Our Cities Look”....
Stickerbomb Skulls is the latest book in the Stickerbomb series. Studio Rarekwai have teamed up with Laurence King once again to bring us this...
Ron English has a new book and to coincide with its release, there’s a launch this Thursday at Atomica Gallery in London. Death and...
We received a copy of the new Wes Lang book for review recently and having had a better chance to sit down and leaf through it this week, it was about time for me to pop the review up.
I was excited to receive the press release for the new Project Zoltar book this week and very happy when a copy arrived shortly after.
It’s always a pleasure to leaf through the Stickerbomb books and when I found out there was a new one, we made sure we grabbed a copy for review.
Going on sale 28th November, this amazing looking collector’s edition of the “The Art of Xenz” looks fantastic. Housed in a box, this is the first book release from the highly skilled Xenz. The box also includes a signed, original piece of art.
D*Face has a new book out called “The Art of D*Face: One Man & His Dog” and this lavish volume of work from one of the most prolific street artists of the last decade is a real beauty.
Inside, you’ll find 350 works from pimped cars, graffiti, extreme body art, ice sculpture, flash mobs, burlesque acts, portraits made from bottle tops, paintings made by animals, carnivals, giant artworks built to be appreciated from the air and even that (infamous) dress made of meat, worn by Lady Gaga.
The limited edition Street Art Series is available now and as part of the launch he’s giving you the chance to win one book from a set of 10 super-limited edition copies, hand finished and signed by the man himself.