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Concrete 2 Canvas: More Skateboarders' Art

Concrete 2 Canvas: More Skateboarders' Art

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By (author) Jo Waterhouse

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  • Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
  • Format: Paperback | 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 220mm x 220mm x 13mm | 540g
  • Publication date: 1 October 2007
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 185669531X
  • ISBN 13: 9781856695312
  • Illustrations note: 200 colour illustrations
  • Sales rank: 338,419

Product description

Bringing together the finest artwork produced by skateboarders around the world, this second volume of skater-art follows on the successful first book "Concrete to Canvas". Since the first time a graphic was hand drawn onto a board, there has been a deep-rooted connection between skateboarding and art. The culture of skating is a very creative and visual one, with by-products such as board graphics, videos, stickers, magazines and clothing. As more skater-artists emerge, skateboard magazines feature more artwork in their pages, and there are an increasing number of exhibitions focusing on skater art. Each artists work is highly individual and distinctive, and there is a huge variety in genre, style, method, medium, subject matter, inspiration and influence. The work featured includes digital art, street art, fine art, paintings, drawings, doodles, illustration and installation.

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Author information

Jo Waterhouse is a freelance writer who has contributed to magazines such as Modart, and is currently working on a creative clothing and gallery space project 'Ours' with her partner, artist Chris Bourke. Her first book Concrete to Canvas: Skateboarders' Art was published in 2005.

Table of contents

Foreword by Lori Damiano; Introduction by Jo Waterhouse; Featured Artists; Stephen Ashton (UK); Lee Basford (UK); Thomas Campbell (USA); Chris Dyer (Canada); East Eric (France); Ekta (Sweden); Fernando Elvira (Spain); Martin Fischer (Czech); Jeremy Fish (USA); Flying Fortress (Germany); French (UK); Mr Gauky (UK); Mike Giant (USA); Kev Grey (UK); Stef Grindley (UK); David Hale (USA); Jim Houser (USA); Thom Lessner (USA); Majls (Sweden); Finn Neary (UK); Nomad (Germany); The Phono Art Ensemble (France); Yogi Proctor (USA); Producttwo and Eric Pentle (UK); Toby Shuall (UK); Joe Sorren (USA); Andrew Jeffrey Wright (USA); About the Author; Thanks.