Eight years after releasing the first part of the Stylefile Blackbook Sessions series, we take a ride on the fourth round – an army of writers is still not sick of bringing a style forward, which was sometimes developed over some decades. If you take a look at pieces done on walls or trains, you can easily see the changes from the outside – but a sheet of paper is still the fundament for cultural and generational letter bending. This base, mostly collected in blackbooks and protected, like it was the very own eyes, has ever been the object of desire for everyone interested in graffiti – including the powers of the state, which often have been left in the dark. Graffiti in public space is therefore to be seen by everyone, but the sketch is normally hidden in a secret place.
This book features sketches done by the international graffiti elite – no matter if they are done with all the heart for the smallest detail or as a quick scribble with a simple pen. Those different starting points show the variety, dynamics and the power of letters, they prove creativity, persistence and sometimes obsession by the creator. 160 Pages
230 x 130 mm
200 B&W-Illustrations, 50 Color Illustrations