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The International Sticker Generation

By (author) BO130
By (author) Microbo
By (author) The Don


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Full Description
Izastikup is the product of a decade's worth of collecting, exchanging and displaying some of the most iconic stickers that have defined the streets. The first anthology of its kind, this sticker book gathers the work of hundreds of legendary street artists including Buff Monster, Futura 200, Shepard Fairey, Jeremy Fish, Henet, Miss Van, Space Invader, Banksy, Big Foot, Jeff Soto, Jet-Pac, Jon Burgerman, 123 Klan, Inkunstruction, Abbominevole, Doodlebug, Jace, Papier Resistance, Mongomia and The London Police. With over 1,000 featured designs, this book guides the viewer through a vibrant collage of some of the most distinctive sticker art exhibited in the world's largest gallery: the streets. Each page celebrates the coming together of a series of diverse styles and methods that have helped create this bountiful montage. In the true style of a sticker book, several pages at the end have been left blank, allowing the reader to complete this extraordinary work of art. The variety of stickers showcased in this book is truly astonishing. Hailing from all over the world, they are handmade, hand painted and cut, glossy, and matte, simple and elaborate. This book depicts the movement that started in the streets and is now recognised in galleries and museums as art.
About the Author
The Don (aka Matteo Donini) was introduced to street art in the Nineties through his friendship with Microbo and Bo130. Fascinated by the movement he decided to travel to collect works by international street artists, and opened The Don Gallery in Milan in 2008. MICROBO was born and raised in Sicily, spending the 1990s in London where he studied and worked initially in the field of graphics and multimedia, and undertaking a collaboration with her future mate Bo130, with whom she organized, in Italy, some exhibitions become central to the underground movement. The "organic" universe of her works, now become part of international collections, places her production between the street art, graphics and illustration. BO130 was born and raised in Milan, before moving to London where he continued his studies at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, to graduate then in Graphic and Media Design at London College of Communication. Bo130 loves to experiment with different techniques (from painting to stencils, to stickers, to markers) to translate into images his inspirations, ranging from urban style, to music, to food, to sex, to graffiti. His works have been exhibited in Europe and America, often along with those of his partner Microbo.
Drago International Entertainment
3rd Jun 2019
287 mm x 222 mm
208 Pages
color, b&w
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