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Desperately Seeking Banksy

Like the other titles in the Desperately Seeking series, Desperately Seeking B**ksy looks at a major cultural icon from a brand-new perspective, providing context for his work and legacy.

Author : Castello-Cortes

Release : 2018

Publisher : Gingko Press

ISBN : 9781584236962

File Size : 67.72 MB

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Explore the geography of genius in Desperately Seeking B**ksy, a pocket-sized, smaller sibling of Wheres B**ksy that illuminates the interaction between artist and space. Where its predecessor featured in-depth analysis of each piece displayed, Desperately Seeking B**ksy offers accessibility and brevity for the more casual fan. The maps are streamlined, and analysis has been replaced by individual quotes that offer insight into the inspiration behind each piece. The artwork selection is up-to-the-minute, featuring 2017s Bridge Farm Primary School and The Walled Off Hotel. With a size and price point perfect for gifting or impulse buying, it makes Banksy's work available to a wider audience than ever before. Like the other titles in the Desperately Seeking series, Desperately Seeking B**ksy looks at a major cultural icon from a brand-new perspective, providing context for his work and legacy.

Desperately Seeking Banksy

With illuminating commentary from street art expert Xavier Tapies, and detailed maps to track down Banksy's works, this is the definitive guide to the work of the world's most famous - and elusive - graffiti artist.

Author : Xavier Tapies

Release : 2018-04-02

Publisher : NewSouth

ISBN : 9781742235967

File Size : 86.45 MB

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'People say graffiti is ugly, irresponsible and childish...but that's only if it's done properly.' Banksy Banksy's subversive genius and astute political commentary are on full display in Desperately Seeking B**ksy, from The Flower Thrower (2003) and Kissing Coppers (2004) to 'Bemusement Park' Dismaland (2015) and 'The hotel with the worst view in the world', his brilliant Bethlehem installation The Walled Off Hotel (2017). With illuminating commentary from street art expert Xavier Tapies, and detailed maps to track down Banksy's works, this is the definitive guide to the work of the world's most famous - and elusive - graffiti artist.

Adbusters

BANKSY A model of a young girl is hoisted into the. BANKSY Moore ' s Stupid
White Men - a bestselling book about how to subvert the system . ... Since
spotting my first few Banksies , I have been desperately seeking out more . When
I do ...

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Release : 2004

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Looking for Calvin and Hobbes

In comparison to the onehit wonders who still tour the state fair circuit,
desperately seeking applause for their one moment in the sun, this self-
obscuration ... The entire persona of British graffiti artist Banksy is based on being
unidentified and].

Author : Nevin Martell

Release : 2009-10-05

Publisher : A&C Black

ISBN : 082642984X

File Size : 21.3 MB

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Traces the life and career of the creator of "Calvin and Hobbes."

Uncle John's Fast-Acting, Long-Lasting Bathroom Reader

It quickly went up at Banksy's latest show at another museum, with the label “On
loan from the British Museum.” HE NEEDS HELP Background: A desperate
Austrian man called police to his home in January 2005. He claimed the ...
IRONING OUT HIS PROBLEMS Background: In 1999 Marcus Danquah, 41, of
Kirton Lindsey, England, sued British appliance maker Morphy Richards, seeking
$300,000.

Author : Bathroom Readers' Institute

Release : 2012-05-01

Publisher : Simon and Schuster

ISBN : 1607106000

File Size : 26.1 MB

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The latest, greatest volume in the popular Uncle John’s series, flush with fun facts and figures and plenty of trademark trivia. The dedicated folks at the Bathroom Readers’ Institute are back with some Fast-Acting, Long-Lasting relief for our legions of fans who have been suffering without a new infusion of Uncle John’s trademark trivia and obscure facts. That’s right, folks, this is the book you’ve been waiting for! Number 18 in the Bathroom Reader series is flush with fun, new factoids, trivia, and all the usual useless (and occasionally useful!) information our fans have come to expect. Ever wonder what you can do with Preparation H besides the obvious? Want to learn more about celebrity jailbirds or whether dragons really exist? Then it’s time to take the plunge!

Why Did the Policeman Cross the Road?

Banksy The primary cause of unhappiness is never the situation but your
thoughts about it. ... restaurants and pubs, strip joints, nightclubs and casinos, all
brimming with pissed-up, pleasure-seeking, party people. ... followed by a rapid
descent into five to six hours of desperately trying to stay awake until booking-off
time.

Author : Stevyn Colgan

Release : 2016-05-19

Publisher : Unbound Publishing

ISBN : 1783522348

File Size : 55.19 MB

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Can lollipops reduce antisocial behaviour? Could wizards prevent street gambling? Do fake bus stops protect pensioners? Can dog shows help reduce murder rates? Stevyn Colgan spent thirty years in the police service—twelve of them as part of the Problem Solving Unit, a special team with an extraordinary brief: to solve problems of crime and disorder that were unresponsive to traditional policing. They could try anything as long as it wasn’t illegal (or immoral), wouldn’t bring the police into disrepute, and didn’t cost very much. The result is this extraordinary collection of innovative and imaginative approaches to crime prevention, showing us that any problem can be solved if we can just identify its underlying roots. In Why Did the Policeman Cross the Road? you’ll learn how bees can prevent elephant stampedes and what tiger farms and sex workers have in common. You’ll read about killer snakes in African cornfields and cholera epidemics in Soho. You’ll come to appreciate the advantages of sticking gum on celebrities’ faces, why the colour of the changing room might decide a football match, and how eating lobsters may help to save their lives. This book is an amusing, insightful and sometimes controversial celebration of good policing and problem solving that reaches beyond law enforcement and into everyday life.

Making Sense of Place

that are usually connected by other modes.1 Psychogeographers praise radical
town planners who are 'seeking a ... Banksy (2005) is probably more effective in
popularising the case against a stifling corporatism that appropriates ... We are in
desperate need of intellectual reinforcements, and geography can help some.

Author : Ian Convery

Release : 2012

Publisher : Boydell Press

ISBN : 1843837072

File Size : 88.86 MB

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Essays dealing with the question of how "sense of place" is constructed, in a variety of locations and media.

The Guardian Index

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Release : 2003

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Never Look Down

"Lawyer Cal is an appealing knight in rusty armor, seeking justice for the most vulnerable...Easley exquisitely captures Portland's flavor, and his portrayal of street life is spot-on.

Author : Warren C Easley

Release : 2015-09-01

Publisher : Sourcebooks, Inc.

ISBN : 1464204675

File Size : 57.51 MB

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"Lawyer Cal is an appealing knight in rusty armor, seeking justice for the most vulnerable...Easley exquisitely captures Portland's flavor, and his portrayal of street life is spot-on. Readers of John Hart and Kate Wilhelm will delight in trying a new author." —Library Journal In his first case in private practice, Oregon lawyer Cal Claxton came to the aid of a tagger calling himself Picasso, a Banksy-like figure in Portland. Dividing his time between a wine-country town and the city, the ex-L.A. prosecutor now encounters another urban teen at risk, Kelly Spence, also a tagger. Using climbing skills learned from her much-loved deceased father, a mountaineer, Kelly places angry tags in visible, hard-to-reach places. A runaway from an abusive foster home and alternative high school student, she lives with her father's former girlfriend. Kelly is four stories up at 3:00 one morning when she looks down and witnesses the brutal murder of a woman in the parking lot below. Unluckily the killer spies her but Kelly escapes. The police soon seek her as a witness. Desperate to stay anonymous, she seeks help from someone on the street she trusts. Too soon she finds his mutilated body and becomes even more afraid. Cal is drawn into the case by his volatile Cuban friend and landlord who is devastated by the murder: the dead woman had just become his fiancée. Her ex is the obvious suspect, but Cal's instincts lead him in a different direction where he will run into Kelly. Can he get her to talk, or will the killer find her first?

The Times Index

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Release : 2006

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Indexes the Times and its supplements.