by: Chris Martin
Featuring stars of film, TV, music and sport, this book celebrates the ultimate celebrity accessory: the tattoo. It looks at the global trend of celebrity body art, and the designs that have become iconic and influenced millions of imitators since adorning the arm, back, hip, or elsewhere of the likes of Xtina, Paris, Amy, Becks and Angelina.
"Accompanies the exhibition "Art in the streets," organized by Jeffrey Deitch, Roger Gastman, and Aaron Rose and presented at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, 17 April-8 August 2011, and at the Brooklyn Museum, New York, 30 March-8 July 2012"--Colophon.
by: Adam Eeuwens
'Calligraffiti - The Graphic Art of Niels "SHOE" Meulman' is an impressive publication that presents a large selection of typographic works by Niels Shoe Meulman arranged in a uniquely simplistic manner; every spread presents two interacting visuals on its opposing pages. This repeating duality makes this book much more than just a collection of the artists best work; it unveils the basis of al...(view full description)
by: Mick Maslen
Travels Through the Paintbox
by: Victoria Finlay
On a journey that takes her from Afghanistan, to the Australian outback, to ancient caves in China, and the saffron harvest in Spain, Victoria Finlay gives an extraordinary and compelling account of the history of colour.
Monsters of Art, the most infamous and prolific train writing crew worldwide, celebrates twenty years of mayhem. With humble beginnings in Copenhagen this now international crew now boasts fifty members. From the outset MOA proved to be not only the writers to watch but the most wanted by transit authorities. Twenty years on the run and still going strong.
EXPOSE 9 showcases the year's finest new digital art from around the world.
by: Lal Hardy
Publication Date: 21/04/2011
Paperback: 448 pages
Published In: United Kingdom
Includes over 700 full-colour photographs of the work of leading tattoo artists from all over the world, including: Horiyoshi III, Filip Leu, Louis Molloy, Hannah Aitchison, Jime Litwalk, Mike DeVries, Buena Vista Tattoo Club, Adam Collins, Face the Fact, Kore Flatmo, Jeff Gogue, Dan Gold, Good Times, Barba Kari, Cecil Porter, and more.
by: Margherita Dessanay
Publication Date: 12/09/2011
Paperback: 144 pages
Published In: United Kingdom
Miniatures make us relive the world from the perspective of our childhood, a time when the world was populated by toys and figurines. Miniaturized worlds seethe with narrative potential, intricate story lines, suspense. Microworlds is a fascinating collection of images for anyone intrigued by these miniature, imagined worlds.
by: Jake Smallman
During the first few years of this century, Melbourne, Australia, was the global epicenter of stencil graffiti, with artists like MEEK, SIXTEN, VEXTA, and MEGGS. This book lets you marvel at the artistry and ingenuity of the stencils; read about feats of daring-do as told by the artists; and, laugh at the political puns and pop-culture references.