KRINK New York City: Graffiti, Art, and Invention

Starting with drippy tags throughout San Francisco to landing at world-renowned galleries, high-fashion collaborations, and a global art supply line, Craig "KR" Costello has quite a metamorphosis. That evolution is the subject of KRINK New York City: Graffiti, Art, and Invention. The 200-page memoir highlights the renowned graffiti artist's prolific career, starting with his childhood in Queens in the '80s to his impact on street culture through art and fashion. Along with inspiring images of his work both on the street and in installations, the book also includes contributions from Costello, Sarah Andelman, agnès b., Carlo McCormick, Barry McGee, Ryan McGinness, and Tom Sachs.

Height: 12" / Width: 9" / 240 pages.

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