Book: Brighton Graffiti

By Stuart Bagshaw and David Oates / Paperback, 144 pages, Prestel The art of graffiti is alive and well in this English city by the sea, where the city and artists are working together to turn what was considered a public nuisance into a legitimate and treasured part of the Brighton experience. In page after […]


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Piecebook: The Secret Drawings of Graffiti Writers

Original in concept and design, this living history of the graffiti movement mimics the actual sketchbooks graffiti artists use to perfect their work before it goes public. Before it hits the wall, graffiti is often painstakingly planned out in a sketchbook or piece book. Well-worn and dog-eared, these books are passed along from artist to […]


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Graffiti World / Graffiti Women

Books: Graffiti World / Graffiti Women: Street Art from the Five Continents Author: Nicholas Ganz-Editor Although not a work of fiction, Graffiti Women is an important art exposé pertaining strictly to works by female graffiti artists. One of my friends sent this to me and I feel it is a valid and fascinating collection of […]


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FREE graffiti coloring book

In a bid to increase the quality and quantity of graffiti, The Fakeproject Corporation of America has issued a graffiti coloring book, free of charge, which allows graffiti artists to practice their tags before application in a real world situation. Please, share this link and this book with your tagging colleagues. They also have a […]


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