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Herakut - The Perfect Merge

MaClaim - Finest Photorealistic Graffiti

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The Ma'claim guys are the kings of photo realistic graffiti. Show the contents of this book to anyone who claims graffiti can't be art and they'll have to doff their cap in respect. Asides from the peerless workmanship on display there's a wealth of useful 'how did they do that' information explaining graffiti techniques and trade secrets. And that's something that's missing from a lot of books. It's good to see those who are so accomplished giving out tips and advice to those who may only be thinking of starting out.

Ma'claim hail from East Germany and, just for the record, are Akut, (El kitsch) Tasso, Case and Rusk.

"Ma'Claim - finest photorealistic graffiti" is an extensive collection of works, experiences and technical know-how which documents and explains a young style of graffiti on 160 pages and 415 images.

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The Ma'claim guys are the kings of photo realistic graffiti. Show the contents of this book to anyone who claims graffiti can't be art and they'll have to doff their cap in respect. Asides from the peerless workmanship on display there's a wealth of useful 'how did they do that' information explaining graffiti techniques and trade secrets. And that's something that's missing from a lot of books. It's good to see those who are so accomplished giving out tips and advice to those who may only be thinking of starting out. Ma'claim hail from East Germany and, just for the record, are Akut, (El kitsch) Tasso, Case and Rusk. "Ma'Claim - finest photorealistic graffiti" is an extensive collection of works, experiences and technical know-how which documents and explains a young style of graffiti on 160 pages and 415 images.

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