PATIPERRO 'The Diary of a Sudaka'

$120.00
  • PATIPERRO 'The Diary of a Sudaka'
  • PATIPERRO 'The Diary of a Sudaka'
  • PATIPERRO 'The Diary of a Sudaka'
  • PATIPERRO 'The Diary of a Sudaka'
  • PATIPERRO 'The Diary of a Sudaka'
  • PATIPERRO 'The Diary of a Sudaka'
  • PATIPERRO 'The Diary of a Sudaka'

PATIPERRO 'The Diary of a Sudaka'

$120.00
392 pages
Hardcover
2.6 kgs - 24 x 32 cm

"PATIPERRO" is the book in which Ale VLOK explains his adventures painting trains and subways around the world, based on his plastic creativity and his particular point of view: that of a Chilean who began the adventure of his life as an illegal immigrant in Barcelona.
This editorial production is divided into 11 chapters, each represented by a portrait of the slippers that our protagonist wore in each of the stories told.
Throughout the 392 pages of the book, Ale VLOK narrates his experiences in different cities and together with writers from all over the world, in an unusually honest way and also accompanied by images and artistic works, framed with a remarkable sense of aesthetics.
Barcelona, ​​New York, London, Berlin, Tokyo, Cape Town, Dublin, Bucharest, Bilbao, Porto and many more cities ...
29 cities on 4 continents and more than 20 internationally renowned writers star in the contents of this editorial work dedicated to the most humane part of graffiti on trains.
Although art photography plays a key role in this book, the episodes also contain other elements that enhance understanding of the emotions that Ale VLOK describes. For this she uses from artistic collages, to portraits of writers, through photographs of objects of special value and, of course, through photos of graffiti pieces.

“PATIPERRO” is undoubtedly one of the most original graffiti books in recent years. In addition to its personal and exciting content, this work stands out for the aesthetic care with which its different narrative means are intertwined.
An interesting work not only for graffiti writers, but also for lovers of photography, art, design and adventure ... but it is also an indispensable piece on the shelf of any self-respecting graffiti book collector.

Writers featured in the book:
Vino, Moses, Afiler, Edward Nightingale, Whel, Roy, Toe, Week, Rioga, Osman, Cyrus, Runis, Hell, Mister, Mser, Cola, Stur, Mr. Hapy, Deks, Cent, Dans and many more.