"Home Sweet Home" is a celebration of Banksy's street art in his home city of Bristol. This book places him in the context of 3D, John Nation from the Barton Hill Settlement, Inkie, Nick Walker and the other artists and musicians who were instrumental in linking Bristol to the original New York hip hop scene. It is the most revealing account of Banksy's formative years and contains more than one hundred images of his Bristol art, as well as pictures of Banksy at work, many of which have never been published before. Steve Wright, Venue magazine's "Art Editor", traces Banksy's roots back to the rave culture of the Nineties and draws a rounded picture of an artist who is most famous for being anonymous.
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Steve Wright is the Art Editor of Bristol's Venue magazine and an expert on urban Art. He is also the editor of Children of the Can: 25 Years of Btistol GraffitiReview:
Much of Banksy's early work on the streets of Bristol has been lost, but this book records those works which appeared throughout the city. Author Steve Wright explores the streets of Banksy's Bristol and interviews many of the people who worked with Banksy in his early years. We believe this to be the most complete photographic collections of Banksy's Bristol work from the freehand wall paintings in Easton to the iconic Mild Mild West, his stencils and more. It contains more than 100 images. Five stars Marlon Rigel, Waterstone's.com For any fan of Banksy's work this beautifully produced book should become essential reading.A" britishhiphop.co.uk
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Book Description Tangent April 2009, 2009. Trade Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # 202136
Book Description Tangent Books, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111906477183
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