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is a collaborative book by Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant, which documents the early history of the New York graffiti movement.
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Whether she photographed graffiti or street games on New York’s Lower East Side, Martha Cooper has been on a quest to show people and their culture in context.
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1980s NYC train-Visitors used to ask me to show them the graffiti covered trains for photos.
Рисунки комнат девочек - подростков. Келси Смит приглашает зрителя в ретро-женский мир, где не только предметы, но и цвета расскажут нам о мечтах и характере девочек, живущей в них. Все нарисовано с серьезной с заботой о деталях, которые помогают повествованию истории. И да, это 90-е.…
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Mesh from the old AOK Crew that used to bomb the New York subways back in the 80’s has a website. Here you have some…
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Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant found their niche as graffiti photographers by accident. Cooper was a staff photographer for the Daily News in New...
During the 1970s and 80s, photographers Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant captured the environment and the imagination of a generation by documenting the burgeoning New York City graffiti movement. Chalfant, a sculptor, noticed the graffiti on the trains in New York and began photographing them. Since Cooper was interested in capturing the graffiti within the environment of the trains and New York City and Chalfant was creating images that tightly focused on the art, the duo's work paired…
Paul Woodley saved to Street Art
Today’s post is a fun and easy home decor idea. A few years ago a friend game me a frame and a few seasonal subway art printables as a gift. I’ve really enjoyed that frame and love changing the picture as the seasons change. This year for Christmas I decided to give my mom andContinue Reading
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