Street Art Today by Björn Van Poucke
The 50 Most Influential Street Artists Today

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Street Art Today is beautifully presented and written, in the main, in straightforward language accessible to the lay reader rather than art school speak. Unlike most oversized art books gathering dust on the coffee table, it is a pleasure to pick up and sample at random...
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An overview of the 50 street artists and their works that matter today. With exclusive portraits and interviewsArtists include: David Walker, Banksy, Slinkachu, Mobstr, Vhils and many others

Street Art Today offers a topical and contemporary overview of the most influential street artists and their work as well as the most important schools. The authors compiled this who's who of contemporary street art in collaboration with a range of artists. They take a close look at names such as Alexis Diaz, Ella & Pitr, JR, Faith47, Mobstr and SpY. Exclusive interviews, illuminating essays and a foreword by Martyn Reed make this book a must-read for anyone, experts or amateurs, interested in this increasingly popular art scene. 'Street Art Today is a taste of things past, a showcase of things present and a hint of things to come.'

The book features: 1010 - Aryz - Banksy - Biancoshock - Bicicleta Sem Freio - Bordalo II - Borondo - Case Ma Claim - Isaac Cordal - DALeast - Alexis Diaz - Tristan Eaton - Elian - Ella & Pitr - Elle - Escif - Etam Cru - Eversiempre - Faith47 - Fikos - Fintan Magee - Hyuro - Conor Harrington - Maya Hayuk - Agostino Iacurci - Inti - Joe Iurato - Jana & JS - JR - Levalet - Ludo - M-City - Mobster - MTO - Nychos - Os Gemeos - Pejac - Phlegm - Pixel Pancho - Roa - Rone - Seth Globepainter - Space Invader - SpY - StrØk - Telmo Miel - Guido Van Helten - Axel Void - David Walker - Ernest Zacharevic

 

About Björn Van Poucke

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Björn Van Poucke is the founder of Street Art Belgium and has organised many Street Art Festivals. He is well known to many artists and an expert in social media.
 
Published June 30, 2016 by Lannoo Publishers (Acc). 320 pages
Genres: History, Arts & Photography.
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Reviewed by Marilyn Gates on Jul 29 2016

Street Art Today is beautifully presented and written, in the main, in straightforward language accessible to the lay reader rather than art school speak. Unlike most oversized art books gathering dust on the coffee table, it is a pleasure to pick up and sample at random...

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