Seems like almost every more or less bigger city, like New York, Berlin, London, or Valencia has already its own street art book. Of course they have different formats, qualities and focuses, but in the end each of those books gives a brief overview about what’s happening in streets.
Today I bumped into Seattle Street Art by A. Tarantino, which was published earlier this year and includes about 100 colorful pages, documenting a small part of Seattle’s street art life…
The following is a small window into this temporary world that’s constantly being revised in a flux of new symbols. It’s a snapshot of work on the Seattle streets over about a 3 year period, a visual capsule in time, not a comprehensive representation of Seattle street art and the people involved over the years. (book description)
Probably a good start for those haven’t been to Seattle yet or for those wanna look back… For more info check out www.seattlestreetart.com.