Alphabeatz Graffiti Alphabets from A to Z
ISBN: HB: 9788417412029, Hoaki, April 2019
240 pp., 26.3x21.6 cm, fully illustrated in colour
Graffiti writing was born in the streets of Philadelphia in the late 1960s. But it was in New York in the early 1970s that it became a full-fledged urban art, gradually taking over the landscape of the city, from its walls to its subway cars. In thes...
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Collage by Women 50 Essential Contemporary Artists
ISBN: HB: 9788416851775, Hoaki, February 2019
224 pp., 26.2x19.6 cm, fully illustrated in colour
"Collage by Women" presents 50 international women artists working in the field of collage today through a rigorous selection of their works. Curated by the Spanish collage artist Rebeka Elizegi, the book gives space to voices from all backgrounds, o...
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Street Art Anthology From Graffiti to Contextual Art
ISBN: PB: 9788416504459, Hoaki, October 2016
239 pp., 23.1x17 cm, richly illustrated
What is behind the tidal wave of street art that is sweeping through the cultural scene today? What are its artistic features? What are its codes and its language? How has its production, which was originally almost exclusively centered in the urban...
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Art is Trash
ISBN: HB: 9788415967347, Hoaki, June 2015
192 pp., 27x18 cm, richly illustrated
Urban art is conquering the world. Big cities and small towns are home to street art communities. Pioneering artists or forerunners of particular mediums or techniques emerge. "Art is Trash", a concept that contains the artist's experiences, his refl...
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