Planet Banksy: The Man, His Work and the Movement He InspiredHardback
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- Publisher: Michael O'Mara Books Ltd
- Format: Hardback | 128 pages
- Dimensions: 192mm x 248mm x 30mm | 680g
- Publication date: 1 July 2014
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 1782431586
- ISBN 13: 9781782431589
- Sales rank: 13,157
Banksy is the world's foremost graffiti artist, his work adorning streets, walls and bridges across nations and continents. His stencil designs are instantly recognizable and disturbingly precise in their social and political commentary, flavoured with subtle humour and self-awareness. More popular than ever, Banksy has spawned countless imitators, students and fans alike, his fame - although unlooked-for - inevitably transmitting his ideas and work to the international arena. Highlighting both the relevance of Banksy's work and how his impact has continued to spread, Planet Banksy brings together some of the very best pieces of art from all corners of the world that have been inspired by Banksy, as well as featuring some of his own innovative, profound and controversial work. With a range of topics for the graffiti coming from a variety of inspirational sources, this book provides an overview of how the man's work is changing the face of modern art - as well as the urban landscape. Distilling his influence and his genius into an easily accessible full-colour 128 pages, this is the perfect purchase for any fan of Banksy or the graffiti art scene.
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Offers thought-provoking comparison with the works of his students and an overview of how the work is changing the face of modern art and urban landscape