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Name Tagging Summary ð 104 ☆ ❴Read❵ ➲ Name Tagging Author dcmdirect.co.uk – Dcmdirect.co.uk In Name Tagging graffiti photography legend Martha Cooper presents a dizzying array of Hello My Name Is stickers adorned with tags the origin of graffiti and today's street art cultures Cooper's intro In Name Tagging graffiti photographTry and audacity of these artists and their distinctive tags Name Tagging captures the variety and innovation of tags crediting the form's history while demonstrating how old school methods breed some of today's most exciting graffit. Got this little book in the mail today It is terrific The pictures are really great and there’s a little bit of descriptive text and interviews not too much just enough My favorite section is the one on SURE and FAUSTLike all books by Martha Cooper the photographs are crisp clear and capture the artistry and elegance contained in graffiti tagging If you love to study collect or just gawk at tags on stickers this little book is a gem

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In Name Tagging graffiti photography legend Martha Cooper presents a dizzying array of Hello My Name Is stickers adorned with tags the origin of graffiti and today's street art cultures Cooper's introduction artist interviews and pho. Who loves graffiti street art Martha Cooper's work photography typography and US culture – this is something that will widen your horizons

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Name TaggingTographs make clear how artists famed and anonymous take advantage of the accessibility and practicality of nametag stickers From CLAW MONEY and NECK FACE to TWIST SURE FAUST COSBE and many many Cooper's camera has captured the artis. Not knowing anything about name tags I found this book much interesting and informative than expected The artists who use this medium they tag stick on Hello My Name Is labels and then slap them up in public places have thought much about their purpose message techniue and style and that comes through clearly in the interviews Most say name tags offer a means to create art unhurriedly in studio and to post it around the city uickly and easily with little risk of getting caught They also allow an artist to get his or her name up in many locales than graffiti does Some even use labels in other languages Hola Mi Nombre Es to push the form into different culturesWith its hundreds of photos of examples this small book succeeds in making visible what is invisible to most of us and once you finish reading you'll see name tags everywhere and smile