Ericailcane 2000-2015 "Come quando fuori non piove" Book
ZOOO Print & Press Collective have just been in touch with us about their latest release titled ERICAILCANE 2000-2015 "Come Quando Fuori NON Piove". The publication is the first anthology featuring all of the the wall paintings created by the Italian street artist Ericailcane, one of the most acclaimed and well-known international artists of the scene whose walls have changed the face of many cities around the world, from the greatest metropolis to the most ignored suburbs.
According to the collective “This book is the result of a meticulous work of research and documentation that follows 15 years of activity: over 250 murals in more than 20 countries, unique works that celebrate a world of people, places, meetings, and relationships.”
ZOOO Print & Press collective have released two editions of the book, a standard edition as well as a limited edition of 150 which includes an exclusive 4-colour silkscreen signed by Ericailcane. The hardback anthology includes 200 pages of the artists colour works and an additional 32 pages of black & white sketches. The two editions are available now online from the ZOOO Print & Press collective website here.
Check out the promotional video ZOOO Print & Press collective have put together below, then head over to their website and pick yourself up a copy of this new book.
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