Stunning and vibrant artwork can be found on buildings, sidewalks, street signs, and other surfaces in cities from New York to London to Barcelona Street Art presents a comprehensive overview of this movement that began in the late 1960s with anonymous spray can art in New York and Philadelphia and that has since grown into a cross cultural phenomenon over the last four decades.Street Art begins with an explanation of the difference between street art and graffiti, along with new trends and styles Each medium is then explored in a different chapterstickers and posters, stencils, textured surfaces, traffic signs, buildings and furniture Also included are chapters on street art characters and panoramic murals Woven throughout are biographies of the artistsall internationally knownand an interview with each one Street Art is an exciting look at an art movement that has been around for decades but that is just now beginning to emerge in the mainstream....
|Title||:||Street Art: The Spray Files|
|Publisher||:||Harper Design First Edition edition November 22, 2005|
|Number of Pages||:||192 pages|
|File Size||:||891 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Street Art: The Spray Files Reviews
While this book may seem to say that Street Art is a viable artistic movement, it does so with little conviction. The book has little to say, it is too general in it's scope and his little understanding of it's own milieu. The text that accompanies the art work is sparse and does little to describe how the art is used and what informs the art work.