On the way from Taschen, Trespass. A History of Uncommissioned Urban Art finds street art champions Marc and Sara Schiller, of Wooster Collective, examining the rise of global graffiti and urban art. The Schiller’s, who were approached by editor Ethel Seno to produce the book, roped in friend Carlo McCormick as well. McCormick’s essay works to contextualize the development of the street art scene, and to introduce the dizzying amount of unpublished material included in Trespass.

There’s previously unseen work from Keith Haring. Photographs that have never before seen the light of day from Martha Cooper. And, surprisingly, a preface by Banksy.

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