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Broken Fingaz

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Broken Fingaz

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Broken Fingaz (BFC) is a psycho-pop collective of four young Israelis from Haifa. BFC began in 2001 as graffiti artists, but soon became internationally active in multiple disciplines: street art, animation, installation, painting, murals, and graphics. With their unique visual style a mix of skateboard visuals, pulp comics, B-movies, and neo-psychedelics they breach the wall between the so-called High Arts and popular culture. They have a worldwide fan base and have produced artwork for, among others, U2, Beck, Pearl Jam, and Blink 182. BFC has participated in group shows at the Saatchi Gallery London (‘Alchemy’, ‘Jealous Needs You’) and ‘Beyond the Streets’ in New York. They have already published limited edition fanzines, which sell out immediately. This is the first monograph on their work. ‘They are very nimble, problem-solvers as well as artists’ – Bono in the Art Newpaper ‘Their work is colourful and controversial’ – BBC Radio ‘Not everyone has their talent’ – The Independent AUTHOR: Charlotte Jansen is an arts and culture journalist based in London. She has written for The Guardian, Elle, CNN, VICE, Fast Company, the Financial Times, and Dazed Magazine. She is the editor- at- large for Elephant Magazine and the author of the book Girl on Girl. SELLING POINTS: The first monograph on the popular Israeli-based street art collective Broken Fingaz (BFC), bringing together 20 years of their work They have produced limited edition fanzines in the past, which have sold out immediately 190 colour, 10 b/w illustrations

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Dimensions 230 × 300 mm
Author

Charlotte Jansen

Author Bio

Charlotte Jansen is an arts and culture journalist based in London. She has written for The Guardian, Elle, CNN, VICE, Fast Company, the Financial Times, and Dazed Magazine. She is the editor- at- large for Elephant Magazine and the author of the book Girl on Girl.

ISBN

9789401474788

Pages

224

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