"A wall is just a good a place to publish something as anywhere else."--Banksy
Izastikup: The International Sticker Generationby Matteo Donini, Microbo
Sticker art represents the street as a public space for free expression. As influential British graffiti artist Banksy puts it, “A wall is just a good a place to publish something as anywhere else.” The editors of “Izastikup” are prolific sticker creators and graffiti painters who have been swapping stickers with artists and collectors from all over the world for the past 10 years. Izastikup is the most unique and complete book of international stickers from the most contemporary and vibrant years in sticker street art. Izastikup shows more than 600 of the world’s best street style artists. From the United States, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and South America, this book depicts the art movement that started in the streets, now recognized in galleries and museums as art. Featuring the world’s best street style artists including Buff monster, Futura 200, Obery-The Giant, Shepard Fairey, Jeremy Fish, Henet, Miss Van, Invader, Banksy, and The London Police.Created as a reproduction of a sketch book, “Izastikup” is in an over sized format with every page presented in genuine sticker style as art collages. Celebrating a collection of diverse styles and methods, colors, logos, characters, comics, stencils, drawings, and the best in graphic design, “Izastikup” showcases the ultimate new fetish and a total passion for sticker art.
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Meet the Author
The Don (aka Matteo Donini) was introduced to street art in the Nineties through his friendship with Microbo and Bo130. Fascinated by the movement he decided to travel to collect works by international street artists, and opened The Don Gallery in Milan in 2008. MICROBO was born and raised in Sicily, spending the 1990s in London where he studied and worked initially in the field of graphics and multimedia, and undertaking a collaboration with her future mate Bo130, with whom she organized, in Italy, some exhibitions become central to the underground movement. The “organic” universe of her works, now become part of international collections, places her production between the street art, graphics and illustration. BO130 was born and raised in Milan, before moving to London where he continued his studies at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, to graduate then in Graphic and Media Design at London College of Communication. Bo130 loves to experiment with different techniques (from painting to stencils, to stickers, to markers) to translate into images his inspirations, ranging from urban style, to music, to food, to sex, to graffiti. His works have been exhibited in Europe and America, often along with those of his partner Microbo.
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