Monday, October 08, 2007
Remember my interview with the Vomito Attack heads fond of raging across Buenos Aires with spray cans in hand and that link to the Flickr gallery of street art I took while away this time last year? No? Don't worry I barely did. And then I got a request out of the blue some months ago, asking if it was okay to use some of the photos I took.
They've made their way into a forth coming hardback compendium of all those walls where the war on terror and street art met head on from 9/11 on. It's coming out on Rebellion Books in the UK next month and has the title of Street Art and the War on Terror. It can be snapped up on Amazon for the Xmas season. Whether you want to use it to flesh out the personality type your coffee table reads delicately express, or as a beer mat or a rolling tray's up to you - I'm not getting any money out of it, that's for sure - but if you need any weddings doing, just shout us like...
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