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Pixacao: Sao Paulo Signature

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Despite laws, pixacoes have taken over Sao Paulo. Literally meaning 'trace' or 'stain' and dating back in its contemporary form to the mid-1980s, pixacoe is a striking form of graffiti unique to the city that developed when Sao Paulo writers began creating imaginary calligraphic signatures influenced by hybrid blackletter, historic letterforms and the logos of heavy metal ...more
Hardcover, 279 pages
Published August 10th 2007 by Xg Press
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