All lovers of street art will adore this: A beautiful book by Stephan Doitschinoff's who is known on the streets as Calma. This book proves that the street art scene is alive and kicking in the furthest corners of the world, and not just in the pit of the urban cities.
In this book, Brazilian-born painter Calma showcases his artwork, which blends metaphors and symbolism from pagan, folklore and alchemy with pop culture. It is the first time ever that Calma has provided such an intimate glimpse into his lifestyle, documenting his journey through the rural South American areas of his childhood.
Calma's colorful murals and black and white drawings are a well-known sensation internationally and have been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world.
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