Stencil nation : graffiti, community, and art

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Stencil nation : graffiti, community, and art
2008
Place Published: 
San Francisco
Publisher: 
Manic D Press
ISBN: 
9781933149226
Edition: 
First edition
Description: 
192 pages : chiefly color illustrations, photographs ; 21 cm
Notes: 
Includes bibliographical references (page 187).
"Without a doubt, stencils are the fastest, easiest, and cheapest method for painting an image on a wall, a sidewalk, or almost any object anywhere. Stencil Nation focuses on the unexpected mix of this lively, accessible medium to reveal engaging aspects of an intentionally secretive international creative community. With dynamically illustrated perspectives from diverse niches of the art form, hundreds of photographs and numerous essays have been curated by StencilArchive.org's founder, Russell Howze. Stencil Nation builds upon previous published works to give the most extensive and up-to-date history of stencil art."--Jacket.
Author: 
by Russell Howze
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