Books: KRINK New York City: Graffiti, Art, and Invention

Craig Costello, aka KR, grew up in Queens, New York, where graffiti was part of the landscape and a symbol of the city. While living in San Francisco, he quickly garnered attention when his signature “KR” tag popped up throughout the city. As he became one of the more prominent figures on the streets on

POW! WOW! Book Signing & Release

Since its founding in Hong Kong in 2009, the POW! WOW! mural festival has grown into a global leader in the street art movement. Thousands of internationally renowned contemporary, street and graffiti artists have contributed to the project, creating large scale works of public art throughout the United States, Japan, Korea, Rotterdam, Israel, Guam and

Books: KAWS “WHERE THE END STARTS”

Never not busy, KAWS has been working on a brand new book which will be releasing later this year on November 22nd. Coming six years after his previous book, “WHERE THE END STARTS” will be a major survey of KAWS and his eye-popping work, from collectible art toys to UNIQLO T-shirts, from grafitti to museum exhibitions

Books: Hendrik ECB Beikirch “Tracing Morocco”

Eternal wanderer of his time, Hendrick Beikirch aka ECB, in collaboration with the Montresso foundation, wanted to pay a tribute to Moroccan lines of work that are slowly going out of business, at least the way they nowadays persist. The idea came from the natural observation of the men and women who keep those gestures

Books: “Old Habits Die Hard” by RISK

Detroit based publisher 1xRun recently announced the release of a definitive book on Los Angeles graffiti originator and icon RISK. “Old Habits Die Hard” covers over four decades with RISK detailing his history, failures, success and of course the many brushes with the law.This extensive monograph has over 350 pages and 700+ many never-before-seen photos

Nick Walker “The Art Of Nick Walker” London Book Launch – July 11th

If you are in London this week-end, our friend Nick Walker will be launching his brand new book “The Art Of Nick Walker” at Box Park in Shoreditch.A 152 page hardback retrospective with hundreds of full colour images comprising 20 years of ‘The Art Of Nick Walker’. Initially available at the recent solo exhibition in

Books: “Memento Mori” By Borondo

“Memento Mori” comes from the need of Borondo to fix in a book what has been, in order to continue with what it will be: in this book the artist lets us discover himself in complete freedom and honesty, opening the doors of his archive and showing an unknown part of his work, which represents

Books: “SURFACE” Portrait anthology of some of the most significant street artists by Søren Solkær

“SURFACE” is the definitive portrait anthology of some of the most significant street artists on the contemporary scene as well as the pioneering icons. Danish fine art photographer Søren Solkær has spent the last three years portraying artists across the globe and this expansive collection includes Shepard Fairey, Blek Le Rat, Seen, Ron English, Swoon,