Rated 5 out of 5
Dmote began writing in 1987. During the years, studying and applying the techniques he learnt, Dmote develops a very personal approach to graffiti, despite the close relationship with New York's mid '80s semi-wild style. After 20 years spent painting in Sydney's streets, this writer is the perfect synthesis of style. A rock solid style and, at the same time, multicoloured and various, that allowed him to be internatioally appreciated as a writer, but also as an artist and graphic designer. This book shows some of his best handstyles. Or, as he wrote, "This project is a glimpse of my travels, friendships, style and shows a momentary escape from my daily life". Recommended. Limited edition of 500 copies.
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The Art of Rebellion 4 - Masterpieces of Urban Art is the newest chapter of the well-known bestseller series. Author Christian Hundertmark (C100), who is an urban artist himself and respected among the featured artists, provides an insight into the worldwide urban art scene. The concept of this book differs from the broad mass of street art books, as each artist was asked to only send in his personal, very favourite work as well as a text that explains why the particular piece was chosen and what the story behind it is. A lot of big names in Graffiti, such as Nug, Egs, Dmote, Delta, Zedz or HoNet, are featured alongside famous street artists such as The London Police, El Tono, Nuria Mora, Dave Kinsey, SpY or Slinkachu.