CUT: 10 Years of the Stencil Art Prize | Author: Jacinta Fintan
A stunning new book created with Jacinta Fintan, Director of The Stencil Art Prize. The Stencil Art Prize is a touring exhibition of the world?s biggest, best and most daring artists that use the technique of cutting stencil layers, and painting a design. Beginning in 2009 in Marrickville, Sydney as a local prize featuring just 12 Australian stencil artists, CUT follows the history of the first decade of the Prize. It has since grown into an international phenomenon with upwards of 70 finalists from more than 25 countries and an impressive Australian touring schedule.
CUT: 10 Years of the Stencil Art Prize features hundreds of full colour stencil artworks, artist profiles and interviews with prize winners. This hardcopy high quality coffee table book is a must have for street art fans.
Editor: H. Morgan-Harris
29.0 x 24.0cm
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