I’ve posted the online gallery of the iconic NYC Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual before but if you’ve ever wanted to own it, now’s your chance! For a very limited time, the MTA has given license to the guys behind The Standards Manual to print the Graphics Standards Manual via a Kickstarter campaign. While it won’t be the authentic real […]
Very proud to call this book my own. Kim Jong Il Looking at Things makes the perfect coffee table center-piece. No ice breakers needed. Get one of these limited edition books for less than $30.
Legendary graffiti artist REVOK has a new book out that chronicles his activities in his hometown of Detroit in the last two years or so. There, he has constructed and painted a number of murals and pieces of public art that have helped to revitalize the broken city. You may recall that giant NEKST tribute […]
I am prepping myself this coming month (September) to read Robin Nagle’s book Picking Up: On the Streets and Behind the Trucks with the Sanitation Workers of New York City. It’s the culmination of a decade-long research project that involved not only interviewing and meeting with the workers of NYC’s Department of Sanitation, but also eventually […]
I’ve heard about this book but completely forgot about it until just today when I saw a physical copy at the local bookstore. Kim Jong Il Looking At Things is the book form of a popular Tumblr blog by the same name which at one time posted photos of the late North Korean leader Kim Jong-il (courtesy of […]
I wrote about this briefly on Instagram (for those that follow me), but it’s worth noting here as well I suppose. While I was vacationing in Barcelona, I came across this really rare hardcover copy of All City Writers: The Graffiti Diaspora. It basically was my most sought-after book on graffiti. I saw it in […]