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Abandoned Urban Art

Out of Sight – Urban Art / Abandoned Spaces, which was published just this month, is the book you want to have if you’re an urban explorer and urban art enthusiast in equal measure! The book features those artists who appreciate the privacy of and feeling in abandoned spaces and presents in that way mind-blowing urban artworks in decayed factories, abandoned warehouses and industrial sites!

Not all art craves attention, some of it hides in secret places. Some of it is buried treasure, out in the urban wilderness, left scattered in empty rooms of derelict buildings like strange markings left by an unknown tribe…

As well as Beauty in Decay also the 192 pages of Out of Sight were compiled by urban art photographer RomanyWG who already became some kind of an authority for brilliant photos of impressing locations…

I will definitely invest the around £20 to get a copy of this nice piece of abandoned urban art documentary and support in that way RomanyWG’s next trips!

Abandoned Urban Art
Abandoned Urban Art

Photos via RomanyWG.

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  1. Thanks for the plug, much appreciated. Hope you enjoy the book.

  2. I was just browsing to get inspiration Romany u r a genious!!! ;-)

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