Augustine Kofie has released his first book. Best described in his own words as a “catalogue-ish type direct breakdown of very select studio works spanning 12 years of my art career.” The book, called Select Exhibition Works 2001 – 2012, will surely be a big hit in art circles around the world as Kofie has […]
Street Art Culture’s Latest: Kofie’s First Book; Space Invader Invades Paris
Books and Magazine Round-up: Saturdays Surf NYC Magazine; Banksy’s You Are An Acceptable Level of Threat; The Sartorialist’s Closer
Inspirational books have just hit the market, and as usual, starting off this month in the Paris concept store Colette before hitting the mainstream, including the latest from street fashion photo blogger Scott Schuman, a.k.a. The Sartorialist and his latest book “The Closer,” and a compilation of Banksy street art by Gary Shove and Patrick […]
Atlanta–New Book by Michael Schmelling Featuring Andre 3000 and Chronicling How Atlanta Replaced NYC as Hip-Hop Capital
An insider look at the underage party scene of young musicians, fans, underground hip-hop with Gucci Mane, Shawty Lo, The-Dream that turned Atlanta into the new default music scene.
Palais de Tokyo -Home to Parisian Artist Andre’s BlackBlock Store, Urban Vinyl Toys, Graffiti Art Books, Design, and Street Lifestyle
There’s a reason Paris hosts some of the best concept stores in the world, but one of the best concept “spaces” is Palais de Tokyo, home to Andre, street culture, books, caf%uFFFD, fashion exhibitions.
LeSAPE Generation of Central Africa Is Redefining Modern-Day Sartorialists
When President Mobutu banned Western suits in the Congo in the %u201850’s, an entire zoot-suit backlash was launched, which today has been redefined with attitude inspiring new looks from top designers.
Art for Obama Illustrated Book Edited by Shepard Fairey Featuring Powerful Street Artists Illustrate Grassroots Movement for Change
Now, in illustrated keepsake form, we can see how so-called fringe players in youth culture helped impact one of the greatest elections in history.
Growing Subculture of Young Adult Fiction,”Demento Mori” Tackles Issues of Death and Feeling Invisible as Illustrated in the New York Times Bestseller”Ghostgirl”
Spooky emo book hits New York Times bestseller during Halloween but taps into the darker side of ironic youth culture literature reshaping young adult fiction.