Street Art Norway vol. I presents the development of street art in Norway, from the very beginning in the 1990s until the leading artists of today. This is an art form developed in the public space, legally or illegally, and it casts a critical eye on established society. It mocks advertisements, and the artists are often socially engaged individuals. These urban artistic expressions have received a lot of attention in recent years, and Norwegian street art has gained much recognition, both nationally and internationally. Includes works by internationally acclaimed artists as Dolk, Pøbel, DotDotDot and Martin Whatson.
"Whereas to many people street art is still a manifestation of vandalism and as such wilful damage to property, it has established itself as a subculture and urban form of art, leaving a lasting impression on the cityscape"--Introduction.
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Over the decades, London has become a diverse landscape for all forms of graffiti and street art. From the better-known artists, down to the constant stream of fresh new talent attracted to the streets, London is a graffiti artist’s paradise and the images represent a London simmering with artistic flair. Featuring glossy photos of ground-breaking graffiti, London Graffiti and Street Art is the perfect companion for anyone excited by this most vibrant and changing of art form, and aims to give an insight into the creative output lost and found in and around the capital.