The first book to chart the explosion of creativity following the dubstep boom, DUBSTEP GRAPHICS is a fascinating look at the effects this global music phenomenon has had on the visual arts. It is a comprehensive collection of the incredible range of styles of dubstep album covers, poster designs and live projection imagery from the world's most inventive designers for the genre. The book includes work for Skrillex, Wu-Tang Clan, Nero, 12th Planet, Getter and many more. It features artwork and an exclusive introduction from the one and only, original dubstep design maestro, Ashes57 (designer for NYC's early Dub War nights, Wu-Tang Clan, DJ Rashad, Teklife and Loefah) and fantastic graphic design from artists including Tant, Hypervision, Zeke Clough, That Banana Media and Monsta.
Provocative, witty and sometimes dark, dubstep is here on the pages in visual form - from its brostep-hardest to its minimalist-subtlest and all the shades in between. Printed on thick 160gsm paper with embossed cover and flaps.
A must for all bass music fans or anyone wanting to keep up-to-date with the latest urban art. Perfect for DJs or graphic designers looking for inspiration for the cover of their next EP.
Xavier A. Tàpies
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