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The Street Art Stencil Book


The Street Art Stencil Book is a pure celebration of the art of the stencil. It is a book of stencils that can be used and treasured or just simply be an inspiration to others to create. The 20 stencils featured, printed on perforated card stock so that they can be torn out and used, have been created by a list of international artists encompassing the contemporary street art scene, from the masters to the new kids on the block.
Each artist has created an in-situ photograph to accompany their stencil, showing how they would use it, along with other imagery. There is also a short biography for each artist.
The book opens with an interview with one of the founders of stencil art, the Paris-based artist Blek Le Rat, who has also created a stencil for the book.


  • Release: September 2010
  • Price: 19,95
  • Format: 25 x 25 cm
  • Features: 90 pages, paperback
  • ISBN: 978-1-85669-701-9



R. Klanten, M. Huebner

Urban Interventions


Evolving from graffiti and street art, urban interventions are the next generation of artwork to hit public space. Using any and all of the components that make up urban and rural landscapes, these mostly spatial interventions bring art to the masses. They turn the street into a studio, laboratory, club, and gallery. Modified traffic signs, swings at bus stops, and images created out of sand or snow challenge us to rediscover our environment and interact with it in new ways. The work is an intelligent and critical commentary on the planning, use, and commercialization of public space.

With a rich visual selection of projects and methods, Urban Interventions documents this new artistic approach to urban art that is currently making a profound mark on our contemporary visual language. The book shows the growing connections and interplay of this scene with art, architecture, performance, and installation. Propagators of urban intervention surprise and provoke with work in cities including New York and London, but also in countries such as China, Columbia, and Turkey. Everywhere the work appears it turns public spaces into individual experiences.

Urban Interventions is the first book to document these very current, personal art projects in a comprehensive way.


  • Release: March 2010
  • Price: 44,00 / $ 69,00 / £ 40,00
  • Format: 24 x 30 cm
  • Features: 288 pages, full color, hardcover
  • ISBN: 978-3-89955-291-1



R. Klanten, S. Ehmann



Velo introduces a wild bunch of passionate cyclists – frame builders, urban planners, artists, photographers, and those who ride professionally – who are making an impact. They are not only shaping styles, but promoting cycling as a primary form of transport. The book also explores the aesthetic of today’s cycling culture and presents custom-made frames and art bikes as well as a selection of contemporary illustration and design influenced by the cycling movement. Geared toward anyone who has a personal or professional interest in cycling, Velo is the fast lane into a current topic that is both entertaining and socially relevan


  • Language: English
  • Release: April 2010
  • Price: 29,90
  • Format: 26 x 21 cm
  • Features: 240 pages, full colour softcover
  • ISBN: 978-3899552843

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