Getting Up: Subway Graffiti in New York
MIT Press, 26 abr 1984 - 206 páginas
"Getting Up" is the term used by graffiti "artists" to describe their success in making their mark on the New York subway system. Through candid interviews, New Yorker Craig Castleman documents the inside story of the lives and activities of these young graffitists.
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