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The Art of D*Face: One Man and His Dog

Laurence King

By D*Face With a foreword by Shepard Fairey

11 1/2 x 9 1/2 in; 352 pp;
500 color illustrations
Hardcover
November 2013
ISBN 9781780672779
ISBN10 1780672772

SKU# 9781780672779

$29.95
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D*Face has been a leading figure in urban art for well
over a decade. A contemporary of Banksy, he was at
the forefront of the urban art movement, and has had
a constant presence throughout its meteoric rise into
popular culture.
The Art of D*Face: One Man and His Dog


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The Art of D*Face: One Man and His Dog

D*Face has been a leading figure in urban art for well over a decade. A contemporary of Banksy, he was at the forefront of the urban art movement, and has had a constant presence throughout its meteoric rise into popular culture. This long-awaited monograph shows the development of his career as an artist to date, encompassing his continuing street work, and the path that led him from the early beginnings of the street art genre to multiple sell-out solo exhibitions around the world. Containing previously unseen images of his working process and studio, as well as firsthand anecdotes, and the stories behind his extraordinary work, the book provides an insider’s view of one of Britain’s most important urban artists.

• The first ever monograph on one of Britain’s most important urban artists
• Features iconic work spanning more than a decade
• Coincides with solo shows in London, Los Angeles, Melbourne and Tokyo

 

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11 1/2 x 9 1/2 in; 352 pp;
500 color illustrations
Hardcover
November 2013
ISBN 9781780672779
ISBN10 1780672772

'D*Face is one of Britain’s leading “newbrow” artists, and damn if he isn’t as sharp and clever – if not quite as surreptitious – as Banksy (and sharper and cleverer by half than Damien Hirst).’
Peter Frank, Los Angeles Art Critic, 2011