London: Thames & Hudson, 2005. First Edition. Item #1425
First Printing. Square octavo; glossy, photo-illustrated wrappers with French flaps; 128pp; illus. A Fine, unread copy. One of the definitive photography books on Brazilian graffiti, from its origins and inspiration to its bold style and international appeal. Richly illustrated with 300 full-color photographs of murals by artists like Nunca, Boletos, Ciro, and the now internationally-known brothers Os Gemeos, whose artwork can be found in major metropolitan cities like Miami, New York, and Los Angeles.
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