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A travellers’ guide to stencil art

Know your Eine from your Eelus? Your tag from your call sign? No? Read on. We insist.

Stencil graffiti is quickly becoming one of the most popular (and lucrative) parts of the underground art scene and, it seems, politics after David Cameron gave Barack Obama a piece of street art on his last state visit.

To celebrate the release of The Street Art Stencil Book, a guide to the world’s greatest street artists, we took a whistle stop tour of some of the finest works illegally hung on walls around the world with exclusive images taken directly from the book.

The Street Art Stencil Book Curated by On.Studio will be available from Laurence King this month, priced £19.95

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