Get a style For biggers this is a good book to have with ou Just remember Teach Yourself VISUALLY MacBook Pro and MacBook Air (Teach Yourself VISUALLY (Tech)) you need to keep at it. L de Marne France Woshe discovered his first graffiti at the age of 14 by taking the train Fascinated by these clandestine paintings that appropriate urban greyness using the letter as a subject for experimentation he begins to sketch his first drawings Over time and encounters he discovers a true culture initiated by pioneers full of codes and positive values in which he recognises himself For 30ears now he has relentlessly traced the alphabetical material juggling with styles and answering the most diverse orders Considered a letter specialist Woshe is also the author of two best selling books on the subject SELLING POINTS A complete account of graffiti writing culture Includes interviews with ten of the most talented graffiti creators on the international scene The must have for all graffiti lover.
For my daughter just for her to have some history about graffiti and how to see how other writers. Isations that artists add to their letters At the end of the volume ten of the international scene's most talented graffiti creators answer Woshe's uestions about matters that include their practice their relationship with letters and their backgrounds Interviews with BATES Copenhague Denmark; DARCO Paris France; DEMS Elche Spain; GESER Connecticut USA; JURNE Oakland CAUSA; LOKISS Paris France; SERCH Zwolle The Netherlands; SWET Copenhague Denmark; SYE New Yor NYUSA; ZOER Grasse France This is a writing manual an inspiring collection of ideas and a beautiful book on the world of graffiti but above all it is a declaration of love for this culture that mixes urban performance and mastery of letters It includes a map of New York with the sites where the most important graffiti are located AUTHOR Born in 1972 in Va.
Great book Breaks down letters so as to teach someone what goes into graffiti Second book I got. Graffiti writing was born in the streets of Philadelphia in the late 1960s But it was in New York in the early 1970s that it became a full fledged urban art gradually taking over the landscape of the city from its walls to its subway cars In these ears when this art form was emerging graffiti pioneers laid its foundations through the constant game they played with the twenty six letters of the alphabet which they distorted and highlighted in the tags that they painted on walls In the first section of this book Woshe recounts the incredible story of the birth of this culture He then offers us a detailed examination of the twenty six letters of the alphabet their structure and the ways in which graffiti writers have made them evolve This study is enriched with a wealth of illustrations and examples of the custom.