Tristan Manco has a new book launching this evening, the 01 October 2010. To mark the launch of new book 'Street Sketchbook: Journeysan exhibition is being hosted at Pictures on Walls gallery and will will feature works from all the artists featured in the book including Bastardilla & Stinkfish • Thais Beltrame • Charquipunk • Dran • Dhear & News • Losdelaefe & Lastrecalaveras • Ramon Martins • Otecki • Neuzz • Roa • Ripo • Run • Smithe • Sam3 • Saner • Sego • Tinho • Titifreak • Vasko • Vhils.
In this sequel to his bestselling Street Sketchbook, Tristan continues his exploration of the secret world of sketchbooks by tracing artists’ creative journeys, from the initial idea to its development. We have yet to see a copy of the book but it will feature work by the most innovative street and graffiti artists from around the world, showcasing both established artists, such as Sam3 and Titifreak, and the extraordinary new talent that is emerging from creative hubs, from Colombia to Ukraine. Each of the featured artists pushes back the boundaries, whether working on the street or in the studio; this book enables us to join them on their creative journeys.
Street Sketchbook: Journeys: The Exhibition launches this evening 01 October from 6pm and continues until 15 October 2010.
Pictures on Walls | 46-48 Commercial Street | London E1 6LT
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