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Synopsis:

Los Angeles based graffiti legend SABER, is world renowned for his "Los Angeles River" piece (1997), the largest in the world. His piece on the sloping bank of the Los Angeles River was nearly the size of a football field, and could be read clear as day from a satellite photo. In a famous photograph taken by his father just after it was completed, SABER stands on the piece and appears as a tiny speck amid a giant blaze of color. In the years since, SABER's legend has only grown as his art has evolved, and his presence on the streets remains undiminished. This engrossing monograph is not only a picture-book, but features amazing stories about childhood, life and death, fine art and graffiti misadventures proving that SABER is a multi-dimensional artist with an amazing story to tell. This revised, expanded edition includes 80 additional pages.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781584233800
Publisher:
Gingko Press
Subject:
General
Illustrator:
Saber
Editor:
Gastman, Roger
Author:
Neelon, Caleb
Subject:
General-General
Edition Description:
Revised, Expand
Publication Date:
20100531
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Illustrations:
, Y
Dimensions:
11.00x8.50x1.10 in. 3.20 lbs.

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Arts and Entertainment » Art » Graffiti and Street Art
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Product details pages Gingko Press - English 9781584233800 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Los Angeles based graffiti legend SABER, is world renowned for his "Los Angeles River" piece (1997), the largest in the world. His piece on the sloping bank of the Los Angeles River was nearly the size of a football field, and could be read clear as day from a satellite photo. In a famous photograph taken by his father just after it was completed, SABER stands on the piece and appears as a tiny speck amid a giant blaze of color. In the years since, SABER's legend has only grown as his art has evolved, and his presence on the streets remains undiminished. This engrossing monograph is not only a picture-book, but features amazing stories about childhood, life and death, fine art and graffiti misadventures proving that SABER is a multi-dimensional artist with an amazing story to tell. This revised, expanded edition includes 80 additional pages.
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