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graffiti • film art • poster art
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
learning train schedules so he could
snap works by many writers of the time.
This is a compilation of more than 300
photographs of subway graffiti from
1983 to1989,when theMTAannounced
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,presentsmore than150 images
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" x 8 1/2" • 237 color photos •
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" x 8 1/2" • 294 color photos •
160pp.
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"x9"•511colorphotos•192pp.
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
100 UK Graffiti Artists.
Frank
“Steam156" Malt. Alongside works
by pioneers, we sweep across the whole
of the UK, taking in Scotland andWales,
running through the nineties, right up to
the modern day when more advanced,
technical graffiti, wheat pasting, and
stenciling are the new media on the
street.
Size: 11 3/4" x 9" • 810 color photos •
224pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4196-0•hardcover•$45.00
Street Talking: International
Graffiti Art.
Mike Popso. A massive
accumulation of graffiti and street art
photographs taken over the last decade.
An artistic platform for today’s street art,
Popso’s compilation features works by
The MSK Crew and other cutting edge
artists working in Detroit, New York,
the West Coast, and Europe.
Size: 11 3/4" x 9" • 556 color photos •
256pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4199-1•hardcover•$45.00
film art
Pumpkin Cinema: The Best Movies for Halloween.
Nathan Tolle. Pumpkin Cinema recommends over 100
titles guaranteed to make your Halloween fun and
frightening! Inside are film reviews, quirky trivia, various
top 5 lists, and a special chapter devoted to the greatest
Halloween TV episodes of all time.
Size:7"x10"•76color&b/w images•176pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4723-8•hardcover•$24.99
Alternative Movie Posters: Film Art from
the Underground.
Matthew Chojnacki. Here
is the first look at the underground network of
graphic designers and artists that is reinvigorating
the art of the movie poster, crafting stunning
pieces for classic and cult films. Included are
more than 200 eye-popping posters from over
100 cutting-edge artists, coupled with fascinating
commentary and behind-the-scenes information.
Size:81/2"x11"•200+ images•208pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4566-1•hardcover•$34.99
World Gone Wild: A Survivor’s Guide to
Post-Apocalyptic Movies.
david j. moore.
Foreword by Vern. Containing over 800 movie
reviews, 60 exclusive interviews with filmmakers
and actors who’ve made films in the genre, and
a vast subgenre index,
World Gone Wild
chronicles humanity’s struggles through nuclear
war, global natural disasters, and the zombie
apocalypse in film.
Size:81/2"x11"•427colorphotos•432pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4587-6•hardcover•$34.99
Graphic Horror: Movie Monster Memories.
John Edgar Browning. In this illustrated, collectible
reference guide, monsters from both major and minor
horror films are brought back to life through domestic
and international posters, movie stills, and publicity
shots. More than 400 images trace the movie monster’s
history from the early 20th century to the present day
in such movies as
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
and
Silence of the Lambs.
Size:81/2"x11"•424 images• Index•192pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4082-6•hardcover•$39.99
Hollywood Paranormal Films: Fact & Fiction.
Jim O’Rear. Delves into 10 blockbuster films, sep-
arating truth from fiction in horror entertainment.
Through behind-the-scenes stories and paranormal
case documents, compare and analyze evidence behind
paranormal blockbusters, such as The Amityville Horror,
The Exorcist, The Changeling, The Entity, and more.
Size:6" x 9" •72 illustrations•128pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3812-0 •softcover•$19.99
The World’s Rarest Movie Posters.
Todd
Spoor. Over 300 color images of vintage movie
posters, including the extremely rare drive-in
theater posters, are featured along with the
more common one-sheet size. These posters,
often very different from the standard posters,
were printed in smaller numbers, adding to their
interest and value. Auction results from 1989-the
present, and other pricing information make this
a useful tool for collectors of posters who are
trying to make informed purchasing decisions.
Size:81/2" x11"•300+color images•160pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3498-6•hardcover•$39.99
Hollywood Movie Posters: 1914-1990.
Miles Barton. A colorful visual history of the
movies from the early silent days to the big
blockbusters of recent years, seen through the
spectacular graphics studios used to advertise
their movies. With over 400 illustrations of rare
and collectible movie posters, it also provides a
guide to the value of this advertising material.
Size:81/2"x11"•404colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 224 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2010-6•hardcover•$49.95
Movie Posters: 75 Years of Acad-
emy Award Winners.
Diana DiFranco
Everett and Morris Everett, Jr. A history
of the Academy Awards with over 850
movie posters is a visual feast with an
image from almost every winning picture
in every category. Information about
every winner makes this a beautiful and
valuable resource.
Size:11"x81/2"•850+color images
Price Guide/Index • 272 pp. • ISBN:0-7643-1789-X•hardcover•$69.95
historic poster art
Great Rock & Roll Street Art.
Victor Burleigh.
Rock posters of the 1980s had all the vitality
and “in-your-face-ness” of the youth culture.
Nearly 750 of these original posters, produced
from 1977 to 1989 offer a wide collection of
styles and graphic images, as well as a history
of the rock scene in the 1980s
Size:9"x12"•744originalposters
Index • 288 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2099-8•softcover•$29.95
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