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The history of American graffiti

Auteur: Roger Gastman; Caleb Neelon
Uitgever: New York : Harper Design, ©2010.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Overview: Unprecedented in scope, The History of American Graffiti is the definitive story behind the most influential art form of the last one hundred years. Tracing the evolution of the medium from its early freight-train days to its big-city boom on the streets of New York City and Philadelphia, and to its modern-day influences, this volume is a compelling look at the key moments, places, and players in an art  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: History
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Roger Gastman; Caleb Neelon
ISBN: 9780061698781 0061698784
OCLC-nummer: 526057591
Opmerkingen: "The definitive story behind the most influential art form of the last one hundred years. Tracing the evolution of the medium from its early freight-train days to its big-city boom on the streets of New York City and Philadelphia, and to its modern-day influences, this volume is a compelling look at the key moments, places, and players in an art form distinctly American in flavor yet global in its reach"--Jacket flap.
Beschrijving: 405 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
Inhoud: About the title --
Author's note --
Foreword --
Introduction --
Precursors: --
Monikers --
Kilroy was here --
Gangs & graffiti --
From A Name To A Masterpiece --
Philadelphia: Cornbread --
New York City: Taki 183 --
New York City: Early years --
Writers' corner 188 --
Word on the names --
Graffiti, meet money --
Philadelphia -New York City's Golden Years: --
New York City: 1974-1979 --
Lines --
Characters --
Blade & the Crazy Five --
Blackbooks --
Lee --
Throwups --
Iz the Wiz ---
New York City Brings Graffiti To The World: --
New York City: 1980-1987 --
Bode characters --
Out of control & fed up --
Wild style, style wars, & subway art --American Graffiti: Philadelphia: --
MB --
New Jersey --
Baltimore --
Boston --
Washington, DC --
Cool "Disco" Dan --
Miami --
Pittsburgh --
Cleveland --
Chicago --
Train bombing & motion tagging --
Warp --
East Chicago --
Bay Area --
Bus hoppers --
Los Angeles --
Risk --
San Diego --
Hawaii --
European movement --
From Bust To Boom: Changing Face of NYC --
Freedom --
Sane & Smith --
JA --
Cost & revs --
Rise of the production --
Spray paint --
New media --
Freight movement --
Philadelphia --
Kair --
New Jersey --
Boston --
Providence --
Baltimore --
Washington, DC --
Sports & Imok --
Virginia --
Atlanta --
Miami --
Puerto Rico --
Pittsburgh --
Cleveland --
Cincinnati --
Chicago --
Wisconsin --
Detroit --
Nashville --
Kansas City --
Minnesota --
Denver --
New Orleans --
Texas --
Albuquerque --
Phoenix --
Seattle --
Oregon --
Bay area --
Twist --
Los Angeles --
Tagbanging --
Saber --
San Diego --
Open Playing Field: Media Explosion: --
Freight boom --
Rise of street art --
Return to the galleries --
Bombing resurgence --
Revok --
American clean trains --
Outro --
Acknowledgments --
About the authors.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Roger Gastman and Caleb Neelon.

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