Polis Politic: Streets of Guerrilla Art
This book examines why graffiti and street art are as popular to day as they were from ancient Rome. The book discuses street art from Melbourne, Amsterdam, Berlin, New York, Paris and Athens.
Guerrilla street art is a form of anti-art that defies authority. This book explores a range of methods used and an international scope of artists who occupy the streets as a way of life, taking risks to protest against rules and regulations, by marking the urban landscape with socio-political imagery and commentary.
Polis Politic: Streets Guerrilla Art looks at the social/ political implications of graffiti why street art is an important aspect of popular culture.
Hardcover Book: 21 x 21 cm.
120 pages in full colour.
$50 retail price. (inc GST)