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CONTEMPORARY PRINTMAKING
Contemporary American Print Makers.
E.
AshleyRooneyandStephanieStandishForewordby
SusanJ.Goldman.Over500colorphotosdisplaythe
workof75contemporaryprintmakersand30print
shops.Togethertheseartistsembracethehistoryand
techniquesoftraditionalprintmakingwhilepushing
theboundsofnewprintmedia.Traditionalprinting
techniques featured include lithography, intaglio,
screen print, and relief, while newer techniques
include installation,digital,andfiber.
Size:81/2"x11"•500color&b/wphotos•240pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4691-0•softcover•$34.99
Printmakers Today.
Jeffrey B. Snyder,
editor. Color photos review works by
today’s printmakers, from installation
pieces to three-dimensional art. Tech-
niques include woodcuts, lithographs,
screenprints, silkscreens, etching, mez-
zotint, serigraph print, linocut, and
more. The artists describe their works,
techniques, and inspirations.
Size:11"x81/2"•368colorphotos•256
pp.• ISBN:978-0-7643-3462-7•hardcover•$50.00•
Schiffer LTD.
Today’s Top Stationery Artists.
Tori Higa.
This book profiles over 160 color images of
artwork from contemporary greeting card and
stationery designers. Each artist readers are
introduced to through images and text has a
uniqueandmodernapproach todesigning for the
age-old concept of handwritten correspondence.
They are all trendsetters in the stationery arena.
Size:81/2"x11"•169colorphotos•112pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2832-9•softcover•$24.95
Today’s Top Stationery Artists 2.
Tori Higa.
This book contains the work of 52 new stationery
artists and over 350 vibrant color photos of their
imaginative work. Short artist biographies and
16 in-depth feature interviews with various
stationers provide readers with insight into their
inspiration and business. Valuable tips are pro-
vided for starting your own stationery company.
Graphic art designs are small and personal.
Size:81/2"x11"•355colorphotos•144pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3737-6•softcover•$29.99
FASHION DESIGN
International Steampunk Fashions.
Vic-
toriana Lady Lisa. A tour of the fashion world,
steampunk style. This fashion backward collec-
tion features hundreds of intricate, creative, and
visionary steampunk looks from top names in
the business and fans from around the world.
Presented in high-quality fashion photography,
the looks in this compendium include head-to-
toe Victorian-era style coupled with futuristic
concepts as well as hats, jewelry, and other
accessories.
Size: 9" x 12" • 377 photos • 192 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-4207-3 • hard cover • $39.99
GRAFFITI & STREET ART
Street Art Santiago.
Lord K2. Santiago, with
its deeply evolved and extremely active under-
ground graffiti scene, bursts at the seams with
an abundance of eye-popping, jaw-dropping
murals. Stencil graffiti artist Lord K2 documents
14 neighborhoods within the capital of Chile
with his arresting photography and intimate
conversations with local artists.
Size: 9" x 9" • 229 b/w& color images • 184 pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4927-0•hardcover•$34.99
Graffiti Murals: Exploring the Im-
pacts of Street Art.
Patrick Verel.
Six case studies conducted in the New
York metropolitan area explore how
graffiti murals are created and what
role they play in a city where buffing
is a lucrative business. Graffiti removal
teams and mural promoters are pursuing
the same goal: making the city a more
visually appealing place.
Size:10"x7"•78colorphotos•144pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4899-0•hardcover•$29.99
Blade: King of Graffiti.
BLADEwithChrisPape
andRogerGastman,editor.More than fortyyears
into his career, BLADE reflects on growing up in
theBronx in the turbulent1970sand recounts the
highs and lows of his storied career. Considered
“The King of Graffiti,” BLADE painted more than
5,000 wildly creative trains. This book parallels
the New York graffiti movement almost from its
inception, in the mid-1970s, to today
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 653 images • 256 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-4661-3 • hard cover • $39.99
Don1, The King from Queens: The
Life and Photos of a NYC Transit
Graffiti Master.
Louie "KR.ONE"
Gasparro. The Italian-American rock
and roller who wrote “DON 1 MAFIA”
blasted onto New York’s graffiti scene
like a meteorite, but his descent from
the top was just as swift, and for years
DON1 has lived in obscurity. Here are
nearly 200 never before seen graffiti
photos and an even rarer glimpse at work from DON1’s black book.
Size:12"x9"•222b/w&colorphotos•128pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4500-5•hardcover•$29.99
New York City Graffiti: The Destiny Chil-
dren.
This true story and retrospective of The
Destiny Children (TDC) graffiti crew documents
their works from 1985 to 2000. See more than
500 works including burners on handball courts,
tractor trailer pieces, and subway top to bot-
toms. Rare action shots and personal accounts
complete the journey.
Size:9"x12"•480+colorphotos•344pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3720-8•hardcover•$50.00
Morris Park Crew: The Official
History.
John F. Lorne. This official
history of the Morris Park Crew (MPC)
tells the stories behind the group with
never-before-published photos, oral
histories fromMPCmembers,anddetails
on the 2009-2010 MPC revival. Starting
in 1977, when founding members Slip,
Wedge, and Speed started the crew, this
account details how Cap 1 took over
and led the crew down its unforgettable path in the 1980s.
Size:113/4"x9"•402colorphotos•160pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4157-1•hardcover•$34.99
Fresh Paint: NYC.
Billy Schon. This
unique book provides a ten-year tour
of New York City graffiti captured on
walls, trucks, and subway cars. Works
range from traditional tags to modern
“production” walls by graffiti crews
X-Men, KD, 156, RIS, AOK, TC-5, FAME
CITY, COD, XTC, TFP, MCI, IF, DYM, 718,
TD4, SMART, TATS CRU, GFR, and AKB.
Size:11"x81/2"•405photos•176pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3495-5•hardcover•$34.99
From the Platform: Subway Graf-
fiti, 1983-1989.
Paul Cavalieri. In the
early ‘80s, graffiti writer Paul Cavalieri,
who writes “CAVS,” was drawn to the
colorful tags on trains and started learn-
ing train schedules so he could snap
works by many writers of the time. This
is a compilation of more than 300 pho-
tographs of subway graffiti from 1983
to 1989, when the MTA announced that
its fleet was entirely graffiti-free.
Size:11"x81/2"•325+colorphotos•176pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3723-9•hardcover•$34.99
Under the Bridge: The East 238th
Street Graffiti Hall Of Fame.
Paul
Cavalieri. Cavs shares his experiences
under the Bronx’s East 238th Street
bridge, which over the years has become
a Bronx “Graffiti Hall of Fame,” through
an astonishing, lifelong photographic di-
ary. Take in four decades’ worth of work
from prolific artists including Boots119,
Sent, and Sien5. Also represented are
graffiti writers from the Woodlawn and Wakefield neighborhoods.
Size:11"x81/2"•489colorphotos•176pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4592-0•hardcover•$39.99
New York Subways and Stations:
1970-1990.
Tod Lange. See 1970s and
1980s New York through the attitude
and reputation of its transportation
system. Tod Lange, artist and subway
archivist, presents more than 150 im-
ages of his favorite train lines, graffiti
painted cars, stations, subway yards,
and work equipment that defined one
of New York’s bygone eras.
Size:11"x81/2"•150colorphotos•208pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3849-6•hardcover•$39.99
New York Subway Graffiti.
Tod
Lange. An informative, nostalgic look at
thegraffitiyearsof theNewYorksubway
system. It includes the work from the
1970s, ‘80s and ‘90s artists BLADE,
GHOST, SENT, REAS, VEN, WOLF, and
STRIDER, as well as many lesser known
“underdogs,” with personal accounts
of their art and adventures.
Size:11"x81/2"•237colorphotos
160pp.• ISBN:978-0-7643-3339-2•softcover•$29.99
Truck Art: A Decade of Graffiti.
Tod Lange & Paul Cavalieri. 294 color
photos capture graffiti art created over
ten years on semi-truck trailers and seen
up and down the American East Coast.
See also military trailers, service trucks,
and mobile homes as massive metal
canvases. Many examples recorded
from original outline to finished works.
Size:11"x81/2"•294colorphotos•160
pp. ISBN:978-0-7643-3493-1•softcover•$29.99
Detroit Graffiti.
Chris Freitag. Thanks
to the city's street artists, Detroit is
experiencing an artistic renaissance
despite endemic financial struggles. The
author has documented the evolution of
Detroit street art culture in more than
a dozen neighborhoods in and around
this resilient Midwest city between
2008 and 2013.
Size: 12" x 9" • 511 color photos • 192
pp.ISBN:978-0-7643-4688-0•hardcover•$50.00
Miami Graffiti Art.
H. Love. The verve
of the South Florida graffiti art scene, from
classic works of the 1980s to the influence
of graffiti art at the annual Art Basel Festival.
Each image is accompanied by key caption
information.
Size:91/8"x81/8"•310colorphotos•320pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4564-7•hardcover•$45.00
Graffiti South Africa.
CaleWaddacor.
Hundreds of vibrant images showcase
the work of South Africa's most influen-
tial graffiti artists, which will entertain
and enspire graffiti enthusiasts and art
fanatics all over the world. Selective in-
terviews with major graffiti personalities
reveal their passions and inspirations,
and cover all aspects of the movement,
creating a true representation of its
evolution.
Size: 11" X 8 1/2" •354 Color Photos • 192 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-4657-6 • hard cover • $45.00
100 European Graffiti Artists.
Frank
“Steam 156" Malt. Steam 156 gathered
100 artist profiles containing crew affili-
ations, location, details about their style,
influences, and hundreds of photos of
their work. Cities across the continent are
now hosts to halls of fame, abandoned
spaces, and streets full of incredible work
by artists, featured in this book, who are
carrying the art form boldly into the future.
Size:12"x9"•889colorphotos•224pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4658-3•hardcover•$50.00
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