Graffiti Ner Kore
Graffiti Ner Kore describes a decade of graffiti in the capital city of Italy, and does so with a narration that is readable by experts in its field of knowledge. This decipherability contributes to its easy consumption and therefore to the great merit of Graffiti Ner Kore.
Every story is written with a different and unique style and is accompanied by an illustration, designed to link each individual work to its aligned story; this is a revolutionary formula which is conceptually new.
The raw linguistic register used for the drafting of the project was chosen to highlight to the reader the visceral nature with which the crew members lived various moments of theirs lives, and the need to detach from the classical concept of beauty and/or self-celebration.
The book is embellished by the preface by Amir Issaa, aka China TRV, which has been conceptualised and realised by ‘the artisans of Rome.’ The book’s fine attention to detail is contributed to by the quality of its printing, of which there is a limited edition of 250 copies.
For each illustration in the book, a super-limited edition print has been made, signed by the author, and distributed in combination with all the other copies.
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