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Graffiti Cookbook The Complete Do-It-Yourself-Guide To Graffiti

18 November 2013 No Comment

Graffiti Cookbook is a guide to the materials and techniques used within today’s most creative and progressive art movement. In hundreds of pictures and illustrations and 35 interviews with some of the world’s most famous artists the authors show how graffiti is made. From spray techniques and hand styles to tools and style analysis, Graffiti Cookbook takes us on a trip around the world in the search of the tricks and trades of graffiti writers. We even learn how to build our own wall. After hundreds of books filled with pictures of graffiti published in the last few years finally one is showing how the artists work.


Graffiti Cookbook is filled with tips and examples of how to create your own piece, tag and throw up. These techniques can be used on all kinds of materials, textile, glass, metal, concrete or wood. Graffiti Cookbook gives an unique insight in the alternative art world and is a rich inspiration source for those interested in do-it-yourself-culture.

Bates, Bios, Chob, Egs, Jurne, Kacao 77, Kaos, Mad C, Rosy One, Shoe, Smash, Swet, Cost88 and Vino are some of the featured artists in the book.

About the authors
Björn Almqvist, born 1974, is an author, publisher and senior editor at Dokument Press. He have edited numerous books on art and street culture. His earlier books include Graffiti Burners, Graffiti Coloring Book 3 and Writers United.
Tobias Barenthin Lindblad, born 1973, is an author, lecturer and an editor at Dokument press. Amongst his earlier books are Tag Town, Metagraffiti and the Overground series.

Mikael Nyström is an industrial designer with a background in the graffiti culture. He is living and working in Stockholm and since 2010 part of Dokument Press.

Torkel Sjöstrand, born 1979, is an author, a photographer and the editor in cheif of UP graffiti magazine. His earlier books include Kaos: Vandals in Motion, 1207, Subway World, and Overground.

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