From Steve Powers in Philadelphia to Banksy in Bristol, and from Blek le Rat and JR in Paris to Os Gemeos in Brazil and Drewfunk in Australia, The World Atlas of Street Art and Graffiti is the first geographical history of urban art.
DR RAFAEL SCHACTER is an anthropologist and curator from London. He co-curated the 'Street Art' exhibition at Tate Modern, London, in 2008. He has written for a variety of publications and has lectured on Independent Public Art around the world. His ethnography, Ornament and Order, is based on an ongoing engagement as well as more than two years' in-depth fieldwork with some of the world's most important Independent Public Artists. JOHN FEKNER is a multidisciplinary artist from New York City. A pioneer in urban art, much of his work remains site-specific in the streets and includes the hand-cut, painted stencil, I Still Have a Dream, which was installed on the outside wall of Pal's Lounge, Atlanta, Georgia, in honour of Martin Luther King Jr's birthday in 2012.