The second edition in a series of six “bookzines” that invite you to explore your surroundings with a more curious gaze. Each is dedicated to a single theme relating to a street-level detail, proving that anything can be more interesting and meaningful than what it seems to be. Graffiti is considered to be any kind of unauthorised expression written on walls. Such unsanctioned throw-ups, tags, slogans, and random scribbling will likely be covered over eventually. And because it is not always possible to match the wall’s original colour, these covered-up paintings become another kind of wall painting. Dive into an analysis of color, typology, tolerance, collaboration, and much more.
96 p, paperback, English