Graffiti Arts – Street Art

Graffiti Arts – Street Art

Urban Art – Hip Hop Culture





Brand: Gingko Pr Inc, 2006

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Earth Crisis (Two volume set in a slipcase)

Albin Michel Editions, 2017

17.5 x 13 3/8 in. Includes: 22-page feature on the globe installed at the Eiffel Tower, printed on cardboard; 112-page journal with more than 50 full-page works

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We B*Girlz

Photographs by Martha Cooper


Text by Nika Kramer

Herstory by Rokafella

Cooper and Kramer first began documenting the new breed of B-Girlz in a breaking competition in Germany in 2004. Following the dancers to the biggest battles—including Mighty4 in San Francisco, the Spinfactor Finals in Rhode Island, Breaklanta in Atlanta, IBE in the Netherlands, and the International Battle of the Year in Germany—they photographed and interviewed B-Girlz representing everywhere from South Africa to New Zealand, from New York to California, and from Japan to Germany. Culminating in the first annual We B*Girlz competition at veteran B-Boy Ken Swift’s studio in Brooklyn, Cooper and Kramer’s work will introduce a new generation to the art of B-Girling.

Martha Cooper is a documentary photographer who has specialized in urban vernacular art and architecture for more than twenty-five years. Cooper worked as a staff photographer for the New York Post from 1977 to 1980, when she left to follow the emerging Hip Hop scene. In 1984, in collaboration with Henry Chalfant, she published Subway Art (Thames & Hudson), the classic book showcasing the best painted trains of the era that has been dubbed “The Bible” by graffiti writers. Cooper’s other books of photographs include Hip Hop Files: Photographs 1979–1984 (From Here To Fame, 2004) and R.I.P.: Memorial Wall Art (Henry Holt, 1994) with text by folklorist Joseph Sciorra. The Director of Photography at City Lore, the New York Center for Urban Folk Culture, she lives in Manhattan.


Nika Kramer, writer and translator, is the text editor of Hip Hop Files: Photographs 1979–1984 (From Here To Fame, 2004). She lives and works in Berlin and New York.

Ana “Rokafella” Garcia is a Spanish Harlem–born Hip Hop dancer and choreographer who has danced with crews such as The Transformers and The Breeze Team before joining the Hip Hop dance company GhettOriginal. Rokafella has appeared in music videos such as Fabolous’ “Youngin’”; is the cofounder of Full Circle Productions, a Hip Hop artist collective; and appeared in Soular Power’d, a Hip Hop theater show she codirected with her husband, B-Boy Kwikstep. Rokafella has done work for artists like Will Smith, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, and Tito Puente, among others. She lives in New Jersey.


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THE ART OF WRITING YOUR NAME: Contemporary Urban Calligraphy and beyond

Christian Hundertmark, Patrick Hartl

Publikat 2017

Stylish lettering as 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. The Art of Writing Your name follows the arc of this movement from its earliest practitioners such as Chaz Bojorquez to more recent adopters such as Usugrow, profiling 35 of the world’s hottest urban calligraphers along the way. Niels SHOW Meulman is a foundational artist in the movement, but others such as Cryptik, JonOne, L’Atlas, SABER, Faust, and Vincent Abadie Hafez also light the way. Graffiti fanatics, hand lettering fans, street art junkies, calligraphy lovers, and type enthusiasts all have something to learn from this fascinating tome. Christian Hundertmark, editor of the ongoing Art of Rebellion series co-authored The Art of Writing Your Name along with Patrick Hartl, creating a comprehensive sourcebook in the process

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Street to Canvas

297 x 254 mm
240 pages
230 illustrations

Henipublishing, 2021

The first monograph on the world-renowned contemporary artist and muralist MadC, whose practice moves dynamically between the street and the studio to capture the energy of painting.

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Public Enemy Action Figure Set

  • Public Enemy’s “first action figure as a set”
  • Includes figures of: Chuck D, Flavor Flav, Professor Griff, and Terminator X
  • Designed by Ed Piskor (Hip Hop Family Tree)
  • Sculpted in Japan by master sculptor, Tomohiro Yasui


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Martha Cooper

Taking Pictures

Published by Laurence King Publishing Ltd. London, UK, 2020
Language: German, English
Pages: 230
Dimensions: 24.5 x 24.5 x 2.7 cm. / 9.6 x 9.6 x 1.1 inch.

A comprehensive catalog with essays by Carlo McCormick, Steve P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo, Sean Corcoran, Susan Welchman, Akim Walta, Nika Kramer and Jan Sauerwald has been published to accompany the exhibition ‘Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures’ at Urban Nation, Berlin Germany. This is the first comprehensive retrospective of Martha Cooper’s photographic work to date. Using photographs and personal objects, the exhibition, which spans six decades, traces Martha Cooper’s life and pays tribute to her as an important documentarist of the worldwide Urban Art movement.

The hardcover contains numerous previously unpublished photographs, insightful interviews, and tributes from many of Martha Cooper’s companions.

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