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Published by Urban Spree Books in September 2017 First Edition Book Design by Kelly Jewell Texts by Tavar Zawacki 168 pages Hardcover, 24 x 32 cm (9,5" x 12,5")
The painter, illustrator and conceptual artist Jim Avignon is one of the most unconventional characters in the current German art world. Vibrant colours and unpretentious materials, a good dose of wit and an enormous output are his trademarks.
Two young men whose fathers is the same person, grew tired of their grey reality in Reykjavik decided to widen their horizon. Searching for sunny beaches and nice girls they found themselves in the far east, Vilnius is where the Ugly Brothers were born.
Ekta is the moniker used by the Swedish artist Daniel Götesson (b. 1978). Artist first, but also animator, sculptor, designer and illustrator, Ekta has been able to challenge traditional categorisation by – regardless of context – adhering to a clear artistic vision and firm integrity. Ekta’s work has been exhibited all over Europe.
Stylish lettering has always been of great importance within the graffiti and street art movements. Over the last 25 years many artists have pushed the practice into a powerful stylized calligraphy.
In his latest book 'The Lost Conscious' - Shida becomes a conduit, recording an inter-dimensional consciousness adrift in our universe. *Each has hand painted cover. *A4, 40 Pages thick stock. Started while on residency in Łódź Poland and completed back home in Australia.
Kid Cash: Very Necessary. Sketches & Drawings 2015-17 is an artist zine published by Urban Spree Books on the occasion of the solo show of Kid Cash at Urban Spree Galerie (31.03.2017 - 22.04.2017).
“WILD” is an exploration of wilderness in illustration, uniting 33 illustrators and artists from the Urban Spree universe in an oversized black-and-white, 30 x 40 cm book.
So far the most complete collection of Banksy's artworks and public interventions, Where’s Banksy? fully captures the drama of this illustrious artist’s exploits on the world stage with clever chronologically-arranged maps.
Wall Writers explores the eruption of graffiti into mainstream society in the period of social turmoil in the late 1960s and early ’70s, and takes a closer look not only at early graffiti’s place on the wall but its place in the culture of the time.