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melbourne's as great as you've heard,
This review is from: Stencil Graffiti Capital: Melbourne (Hardcover)
and this book does a pretty good job of covering the city's heavy-hitters, as well as documenting plenty of smaller and anonymous works. if you've followed stencil art in the past few years at all, you'll recognize some pieces, as well as some artists' names (meggs, meek, and sixten to name a few).
there are bios and interviews, and the artwork is divided up into themed sections. all of the photos are color, too, which is a nice bonus many other books on this subject seem to be lacking.
at nearly 160 pages, and being hardcover, it's well worth the money.