American Graffiti Coloring Book

Facts

  • Author: The Museum of Graffiti
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 48
  • Size: 20x25 cm
  • Cover: Paperback
  • Illustrations: 55
  • Release date: 2021-09-15
  • ISBN: 9789188369581

 

From New York pioneers who helped create the art form in the 70s, to freight train kings in Florida and hall of fame spray can wizards in California. In the American Graffiti Coloring Book, more than 45 of America’s most prominent graffiti writers have provided the initial outlines – now it is up to you to give them color! With full pages devoted to the artwork, each spread becomes its own unique full color piece of art as you go along filling out the pages, and there is plenty of room for the small details. American Graffiti Coloring Book is printed on marker friendly paper. Use your markers and color-in on both sides of the page with no risk of the ink bleeding through. This coloring book is an excellent way to release your creativity, whether you are new to graffiti or an experienced artist. Explore the medium, be creative, make an impact and immerse yourself in the world of color, style and shapes. The American Graffiti Coloring Book offers a relaxing approach to coloring at the same time as it is an informative art collection. Remember: the American Graffiti Coloring Book is the real thing – it’s not copying a graffiti “style”, it’s real graffiti. All illustrations are original artworks made by experienced American graffiti artists. Young and old all over the world love the coloring books published by Dokument Press. In the American Graffiti Coloring Book, Dokument Press teams up with the Museum of Graffiti in Miami, Florida, to create a stunning coloring book with the best graffiti art that America has to offer. From New York pioneers who helped create the art form in the 70s, to freight train kings in Florida and hall of fame spray can wizards in California – they all come together to let us study their styles and color-in their outlines. The content is carefully curated by the influential artist and Museum of Graffiti co-founder Alan KET, and the striking cover and book design is made by none other than Noah from the legendary AOK and TFP crews.

About the Museum of Graffiti

Located in Miami’s Wynwood District, the Museum of Graffiti is a leading contemporary art museum dedicated to sharing the power of expression, sparking wonder, and inspiring creativity for and about the graffiti art movement. At the Museum of Graffiti, visitors can explore the history of graffiti in an experiential setting with interactive exhibitions and unique shows. The museum seeks to honor and preserve the unique art form and to exhibit important works for permanent viewing. Through changing exhibitions and programs, the museum aims to introduce visitors to the artists, paintings, photos, sculptures, works on paper, and designs that have captivated youth and adults for over fifty years, as well as the environment in which the global art movement was formed.

 

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