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Internationally-reknowned graffiti master Stinkfish isn’t interested in the art world. His feet are firmly planted in the realm and purpose of graffiti – to vandalize an object is to subvert an underlying agenda.  The bulk of his work revolves around the people who live in the areas where he works. He wanders the streets, photographing the people that pique his interest without their knowledge. Then he translates their essence into a singular work, never to be reproduced again. Like snowflakes – like humans, really – they are all independent and characteristic of themselves, and exist nowhere else in time and space.

Born in Mexico City, and currently residing in Bogotá, Colombia, the busy urban environment is where he dwells. Surrounded by chaos and crowds he draws inspiration from everything around him.  Evolving out of trial and error, he focuses his efforts on illegal surfaces – permission walls have no business being a part of his execution. He likes them to be clearly visible, accessible to all, and most notably, located next to something you are forced to look at every day, such as a street sign.

His approach is pure expression. Bold explosions of bright colours and patterning – almost psychedelic – with an untamed style that is both random and well-thought-out. No two works are alike, and he continues to grow and adapt to each piece as he delves deeper into experimentation.

His work can be seen all over the world, most notably in Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia, Guatemala, Spain, Germany, UK, France, Holland, Austria and Nepal.

To see more, check out his website. Or view his Flickr gallery.

There’s also a great interview with Stinkfish on Bombing Science’s website that’s worth reading.

Check him out in action:

OFFPROJECT Presents: Stinkfish

ALMA INK x Saks & Stinkfish // 2013

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World Piecebook

Although it was released in June 2011, this book is still worth getting excited about if you’re a fan of graffiti. Following on the coattails of The Secret Drawings of Graffiti Writers and Piecebook Reloaded: Rare Graffiti Drawings, this volume celebrates the graf artist’s most prized gear: the blackbook. These private drawings hail from around the globe, featuring the art of well-known writers like Casino, Atome and Demote (Australia), Rens, Bates, and Swet (Denmark), Bacon, Zek and Virus (Canada), Zombie, Drax and Oker (England), Rio and Nami (Brazil), Nezm, Sniper and Shiro (Japan), Ders and Dare (Switzerland), Lunar & Dock (Croatia), Resm and Kas (Belgium), Blend, Rek and Ske (Puerto Rico), and many more.

Sacha Jenkins and David Villorente (Chino.A), the masterminds behind this work, are both veterans in the genre, and have many years of collective experience in the international graffiti scene between the both of them, and are sure not to disappoint. Buy it on Amazon or check it out at your local graffiti shop.

For more books on graffiti and street art, check out the shop at Bombing Science.

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