The Street Art Cookbook is a guide to the materials and techniques used within today's most creative and progressive art movement. In hundreds of pictures and illustrations and a dozen of interviews with some of the world's most famous artists, the authors show how street art is made. From stencils and stickers to laser tagging and guerrilla gardening, the Street Art Cookbook takes us on a trip around the world in the search of the tricks and trades of street artists.
Posters, stickers, screen print, mosaic och sculptures - there is no limit to their imagination. Hundreds of books filled with pictures of street art have been published in the last few years, here, at last, is one that shows how the artists work.
The Street Art Cookbook is filled with tips and examples of how to create your own stencil, sticker, poster or installation. These techniques can be used on all kinds of materials: textiles, glass, metal, concrete or wood and is suitable for everything from scrap-booking, designing clothes with motifs to outdoor use. The Street Art Cookbook gives a unique insight into the alternative art world and it's a rich source of inspiration for anyone interested in do-it-yourself culture.
Mark Jenkins, Swoon, Gould, WK Interact, Caper, Victor Marx, C215, Poch, Ron English and Knitta Please, are some of the artists featured in this book.