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A Guide to Calligraphy is, as the name suggests, a teaching tool for those who are moving their first steps into the world of calligraphy. The guide offers, in addition to a brief history on the calligraphic art through the centuries, a series of useful lessons to start writing. The booklet includes the illustrated technical sheets for various traditional alphabets, such as Italic, Gothic, Foundational, Uncial. The guide is written in English, French and Spanish.
Hateful is the first editorial project from the TRV crew and the collective Why Style, from Rome. In the 1999 writers as Pane, Stand, Joe, Nico, Jon and Delta put together this fanzine, with excellent texts and pictures taken in New York and Rome. In this pages pictures of pieces done by TRV crew, Delta, Reas, Ja and many more. Few pages (20) but full of good stuff. A magazine that everyone should have in their personal collection. Italian and English texts. Limited edition, 250 printed copies in 1999.
Champion crewneck sweatshirt in French Terry cotton featuring a Champion logo embroidered at back and emroidered script 'Play Like a Champion' in English language. Champion logo in size small applied at the left sleeve.
What is "Manga"? It's the Japanese word for comic. Everything you need in one simple pack to get you started the right way! Kit includes our popular Mangaka fine liners and alcohol-based fine and brush markers designed specifically for Manga, plus a Cartoon Sample and Step-By-Step Drawing Instructions. Discover the color range in the product images! This Set contains: Mangaka 01 - Violet Mangaka 05 - Violet Kurecolor Manga Fine & Brush - Wine Red Kurecolor Manga Fine & Brush - Cornflour Blue Kurecolor Manga Fine & Brush - Cadmium Orange Kurecolor Manga Fine & Brush - English Rose Kurecolor Manga Fine & Brush - Ivory Kurecolor Manga Fine & Brush - Sand Kurecolor Manga Fine & Brush - Dark Oatmeal Kurecolor Manga Fine & Brush - Gray Brown Kurecolor Manga Fine & Brush - Blue Gray 2 Kurecolor Manga Fine & Brush - Warm Gray 1
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New Era Southern California capsule collection: the exclusive hats endorsed by actors in 'Straight Outta Compton': the movie dedicated to the californian hip-hop pioneers N.W.A. New Era 9Fifty Snapback. Large embroidery on front, New Era flag logo at left.
Stussy crewneck sweatshirt with tone in tone 'Stussy' print on chest.
New Era 59Fifty True Fitted cap. Special Coca Cola limited edition featuring embroidered brand logo at front and New Era flag logo at left side.
New Era 9Fifty Snapback. Special Coca Cola limited edition featuring embroidered brand logo at front and New Era flag logo at left side. Metallic gold underbrim.
Only snapback hat with 'O' logo embroidered on front. Leather strap closure. Made in USA.
Copenhagen Blackbooks is a unique compilation of 32 Danish writers’ blackbooks. All writers have contributed with tales and stories, giving the reader an unprecedented and truly rare insight into the secret pages of a vandal. Featuring Rens, Cave, Swet, CMP and many other classic danish writers. The book contains 280 pages and is written in english. It measures 220X285 mm and it is softcover bound. It is printed in a limited edition of 1000 copies.
T-shirt with big front print, artwork by the English writer Richt (WHAT crew). Limited edition.
"Arabic Graffiti" is an international success and remains the standard work on the topic. This new revised edition is extended by a new chapter about graffiti produced during the recent Arab uprisings and an update of graffiti in Bahrain. “Arabic Graffiti” brings together artists, graffiti writers and typographers from the Middle East and around the world who merge Arabic calligraphy with the art of graffiti writing, street art and urban culture. In addition to a rich assortment of photos featuring Arabic graffiti and street art styles, it includes essays by distinguished authors and scene experts, in which they explore the traditional elements, modern approaches, and the socio-political and cultural backgrounds which have shaped Arabic graffiti movements in the Middle East. “Arabic Graffiti” is curated and authored by Lebanese typographer Pascal Zoghbi and graffiti writer and publisher Stone aka Don Karl, is an extensive and valuable reference on contemporary graffiti, urban calligraphy and type design in the realm of Arabic letters. With contributions and essays by: Huda Smitshuijzen AbiFarès, Rana Jarbou, Tala F. Saleh, Houda Kassatly and William Parry. Includes the artwork and thoughts of: Hassan Massoudy, Malik Anas Al-Rajab, eL Seed, Hest1, Julien Breton, L’ATLAS, Monsieur Cana, Aerosol Arabic, Native & ZenTwO, Zepha aka Vincent Abadie Hafez, Typism, Akut and many more. More than four years of research culminated in the publication of the first edition Arabic Graffiti (English) in January 2011. However just then, the Arab uprisings started, and concurrently an explosion of Arabic Graffiti hit the region. Even while residing in Berlin, Don Karl found himself in the middle of these currents. Through various art projects he broadened his contacts with artists, who took part in the Egyptian and Tunisian revolutions, and befriended many of them. Together with Pascal Zoghbi, Don Karl organized Arabic Graffiti exhibitions and events around Arabic Graffiti in Alexandria, Amman, Beirut, Berlin, Bochum, Boston, Cairo, Dresden, Dubai, Frankfurt, Mannheim, Montreal, Nantes, Paris and Weimar, to name a few.