This publication is an avalanche of visual poetry and poetic visuals, in which alert readers will find a story about an artist who rejected being called an artist, who ran several design and advertising studios, then invented the new art form Calligraffiti and became a globetrotting painter after all. After the world-wide success of his first book, Calligraffiti, the artist and his co-author Adam Eeuwens take his venture to a place where street art meets abstract expressionism.
The art of urban calligraphy, an avalanche of visual poetry and poetic visuals, now in vivid full color.
Meulman’s iconic new art form, Calligraffiti, has attracted followers within graphic design, architecture, typography, advertising, calligraphy and graffiti. Sharing an interest in the visual arts and an appreciation for print, they understand that a word is an image. Here Meulman expands his ever-evolving artistic territory to include wild paintings and fine art.
144 pages. Hard cover. 229 mm x 229 mm
Published September 2012 by From Here to Fame