Friday, January 4, 2008

A Feast of Graffitis


I'm cleaning up my bookshelf today ( part of the New Year's resolution ;), and you know it's like when you are cleaning voluntarily, it would turn out that you would be enjoying it. So I was basicly cleaning, reshuffling, and leafing through some interesting books I've got. And I spotted this one: Graffiti World: Street Art from Five Continents by Nicholas Ganz.

Being a fan street art, I love their surprising expressions and sometimes mind-blowing creativity and humor. I've blogged about amazing Japanese 3D Graffitis that are not only fresh, but stunningly beautiful, and street art in Madrid Street Art, Toronto, and of course, the guru of street art - Bansky.

Graffiti World is a feast for street art fans. Here are some sample graffitis I scanned from the book - there are thousands of them, categorized geographically and under each artist's name. Anyway, I think the book makes my cleaning much more enjoyable:)
Graffiti World Street Art From Five Continents 2004.pdf (189 pages)

Graffiti World Street Art From Five Continents 2004.pdf (189 pages)

Graffiti World Street Art From Five Continents 2004.pdf (189 pages)

Graffiti World Street Art From Five Continents 2004.pdf (189 pages)

Graffiti World Street Art From Five Continents 2004.pdf (189 pages)

Graffiti World Street Art From Five Continents 2004.pdf (189 pages)

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( and this one is not from the book, but from Alberto, I just love it)



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