Featured here are 40 artists from Italy, France, Spain, Britain, Germany, Holland, Sweden, and the United States who represent a vital part of the international underground. From skaters to surfers creating graphics, fashion, advertising, design, new technology, paintings, photography, and graffiti performances, they fuel the connection between art, street style, fashion, politics, popular culture, graphics, and design. The evolution of this global style has strong influences in hip-hop and punk of the 1980s. Difficult to label, it is an incredible window into some of the most vital international contemporary aesthetics in art. With special graphic designs, tabloids, and 60 over-sized color pages designed by WhyStyle, the book celebrates these young talents as leaders of style in their own right. Edited by Christa Abortiz. Paperback, 11.75 x 17 in./60 pgs / 130 color.
- OZON.ru 2005