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Published by Gingko Press in S.l .
Written in English


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A sequel to the best-selling Broken Windows, Burning New York is sure to please an eager audience clamoring for more. New York is the undisputed graffiti capital of the world, the epicenter of a vibrant international scene that attracts artists from all over the globe. Some make the pilgrimage to study old school forms, others to make their own individual contribution to the evolution of the craft. All leave their mark. Burning New York features the latest and most exciting graffiti art being created today. In the same vein as Broken Windows it is a collection of interviews, intimate portraits of the artists working in the streets and hundreds of stunning large scale paintings. Burning New York features contemporary works by genre defying graffiti writers, an interesting combination of those who are just beginning to achieve prominence and others who have been honing their skills for decades.

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Open LibraryOL23113579M
ISBN 101584231734
ISBN 109781584231738

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Burning New York: Graffiti Nyc. by James T. Murray ISBN ISBN Hardcover; S.l: Gingko Press, ; ISBN Full of vibrant, energetic and explosive images, Broken Windows – Burning New York gives voice to an art movement that is largely undocumented and often misunderstood. In New York in the 80s graffiti moved from the subway trains to large walls which allowed it to become more refined and concept driven. Overview. In New York Burning: Liberty, Slavery, and Conspiracy in Eighteenth-Century Manhattan, historian and writer Jill Lepore researches the little-known history of New York’s slave book, published in , won the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award for Nonfiction and was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for History. Although slavery is typically associated with the southern. This book is less a graffiti book and more of a photography book. Every other page is a picture of paint on shoes. The fact that they call this a graffiti book really pisses me off. I expected to see grimy NYC bombs, but instead there are more marker tags and shoes than anything s:

Broken Windows — Graffiti NYC documents the flowering of the graffiti movement of the post-train era, and this newly revised edition has been completely redesigned with 70 more pages and many new photographs from the era. In the ’s graffiti was pushed out of the subways as the trains were cleaned once and for all. Burning New York: Graffiti NYC by Murray, Karla L.; Murray, James T. at - ISBN - ISBN - Gingko Press, Inc - - Hardcover. LAWS TO COMBAT GRAFFITI NEW YORK CITY ADMINISTRATIVE CODE SECTION Subdivision: (a) penalizes acts commonly known as graffiti vandalism. (NYC Penal Law section “Making Graffiti,” a Class A misdemeanor, prohibits the same conduct.) (b) bans anyone possessing aerosol spray paint or broad.   Kenny Scharf is a renowned painter, installation and graffiti artist from Brooklyn, widely recognized for his work associated with the Lowbrow movement and inspired by pop culture and comic books. Scharf was born in Los Angeles in , after graduating at the School of Visual Arts in New York City he became a prominent member of the East Village art scene during the s.

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