Street Art London is focused on the latest and best of London's many street artists. The ephemeral pieces that infuse the street scene with new meaning are preserved in this book, which also sets them in a broader context.
Author: Frank Steam156 Malt
Publisher: Dokument Forlag & Dist
London is finally getting its due as one of the most international hubs for street art today. Its sooty brick walls are decorated with the liveliest and freshest street art in the world from an array of talent, both international and homegrown. Street Art London presents a carefully curated roster of work from global megastars such as Obey, Banksy, Space Invader and Roa, to rising newcomers like Malarky and Mobstr. Publisher Dokument Press is considered the authority on street art books, and Frank Steam156 Malt is one of the most respected and influential street art photographers working today. The art he captures is accompanied : here by exclusive quotes from the creators themselves, giving fresh insight to their work. Street Art London acts as a permanent snapshot of an impermanent form in a constantly evolving environment. What sets this book apart is its sheer awesomeness, it doesn't set out to bring the most "hip" street art, it simply brings you the best.
Mixing sharp humour with a delicious edge of melancholy, "Little People in the City" brings together the collected photographs of Slinkachu, a street-artist who for several years has been leaving little hand-painted people in the bustling ...
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
The photos by artist Slinkachu shows miniaturemen left as street art all over London.