The reason we were drawn to this book was due to the debate we've been having at PSFK about street art. More and more, the 'street art' we notice around...
The reason we were drawn to this book was due to the debate we’ve been having at PSFK about street art. More and more, the ‘street art’ we notice around us seems to be little more than illustration, a quick splat by naughty nocturnal graphic design students. The work contained in Hidden Track: How Visual Culture Is Going Places feaures work that has something missing in much of the contemporary/street art we witness today: consideration. The intentions of the art have been studiously thought out. The blurb:
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