Graffiti Kings

I just finished this book, and I gotta say, it is most impressive. Instead of a showcase, it reads more like a study on the foundation of Subway Graff. The author, Jack Stewart, worked closely with a handful of the ORIGINAL graffiti crews of the 70s. Stewart is able to pinpoint such historic graff moments, as the first decorative lettering by Super Kool 223, Cliff 159’s first use of Bubble Outlines, Tracy 168’s original “Wild Style”.



If Graffiti History ever becomes a required Art Course for Universities, then this book will be a required text.

You can buy the book from Amazon, just click HERE

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