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THE ART OF GRAFFITI BOMBING

THE ART OF GRAFFITI BOMBING

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Since the 1950s and its first tests on radiators, spray painting has come a long way. And we can thank Bonnie for giving her husband Ed Seymour the great idea of pouring paint into an aerosol can, creating the world's first spray paint can.

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The invention, which has not escaped the artists, frees them from the cumbersome material and meticulous processes of traditional painting. With spray painting, it is spontaneity that is essential, and a certain feeling of power that comes from the pressure on the cape. This technique offers the possibility of exploring an art based on traces, the gesture at a distance from the canvas and new effects (drips, mixtures by superimposition, stencils, etc.) that dry in a few seconds. Easy to handle and transport, this nomadic medium par excellence conquered in the 1970s and 1980s the medium that would guarantee its success: graffiti. Today, with an ever-increasing choice of colours, types of capes and pressure bombs, the arsenal of the contemporary street artist has never looked so much like the classic painter's palette. Following in the footsteps of renowned precursors, the new players on the international scene have conquered walls around the world, making this marginal and suppressed art into an artistic movement in its own right. This book presents the illustrated portraits of some twenty masters of aerosol painting, both known and emerging. Some of them have not

  • Title : The art of graffiti bombing
  • Subtitle: From wall to canvas
  • Author(s): Lori Zimmer
  • Publisher(s) : Eyrolles
  • Publication date: 20 Apr. 2017
  • Nb of pages: 160 pages
  • Format: 22 x 25.5
  • Cover: Paperback
  • Weight: 705 g
  • Product type : Book

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