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Martha Cooper documented New York subway paintings in her 1984 book Subway Art, but she most preferred tags—the bastard siblings of graffiti—because of their raw energy. Cooper went exploring, and found a gold mine just a few blocks from her home, where forgotten tags still displayed from the 1960s and ’70s. The first book to show early tags in their context, Tag Town features essays on tags and calligraphy, as well as interviews with old school writers Part 1 and Snake 1.
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Flexibound. 112 pages.
W 7.50” H 10”
Founded in 2000, Dokument Press is a Swedish publisher that sheds light on subcultures through the publication and distribution of provocative books, magazines, and films. Headed by a group of art, music, fashion, and alternative culture enthusiasts, Dokument fills a void in the book and mass media market by focusing on human self-expression throughout history.
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