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Stickerbomb 2

Stickerbomb 2


by Studio Rarekwai
3rd May, 2010

£15.95 £15.95 Save 0% | Paperback


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Stickers are an essential part of the street art movement. Inexpensive and easy to produce, they act as a kind of informal business card for some graffiti writers, and a quick and effective promotional tool for many artists and illustrators. As more and more stickers are placed around major cities in the world, interest in the subject keeps growing. Stickers have been the subject of many street art publications to date, but most of these are collections of photographs of stickers spotted in urban environments. These books are missing the fundamental fun of stickers - the fun of peeling and sticking, and of owning and collecting cool stickers. This collectable, fully-peelable sticker book featuring illustration, graffiti and graphics, is filled with an amazing collection of more than 250 specially-commissioned stickers by artists, illustrators and graffiti writers from around the world, many of whom have not been featured in a publication before. It will appeal to a young market of designers, street artists and illustrators, plus street art fans and anyone who collects stickers. Ryo Sanada and Suridh Hassan of SRK specialize in the promotion of international culture and music through documentary production and film. Their documentary film on Japanese Hip-Hop culture - 'Scratching the Surface: Japan' - has been broadcast across Europe. This was followed by successful screenings at the 12th Raindance Film Festival in London and the Vancouver International Hip-Hop Film Festival.

Details & Specs

Author: Studio Rarekwai (London, England)


Publisher: Laurence King Publishing


Format: Paperback


ISBN: 9781856696623


Publication Date: 3rd May, 2010


Pages: 132


Dimensions: 165 x 210 x 14 mm


Notes: chiefly ill. (chiefly col.)


Availability: Not available publisher indicates OP


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