This book shows the highlights of the writer OTIS. On a total of 368 pages, divided into nine chapters, the reader is guided chronologically through the artist’s entire career. The hardcover book contains a 32-page prologue showing the artist’s development from 1995 to 1998 up to the first OTIS panel. Since 1999, only works on trains are shown. In addition to a large number of his own stories, there are also texts by the following guest authors: EDWARD NIGHTINGALE, FUTO, GRIM, KEATS, KID CRAP, MOSES, OSMAN, RAGE, REGIE, RIZE, SAFIR, SKOE, SOLVE, SPER, VALE.
The high quality hardcover book is made in Germany. It is bound in a refined linen cover with embossing, the contents are shown on different kinds of paper and will contain a special silver ink.
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Introtext of the artist
I often find myself reminiscing about graffiti. I have never particularly bothered about composing the classic blackbook, littered a plethora of sketches and photos. Quite early on I realised that by owning the aforementioned I was actually doing the police more of a favour than I was myself. Consequently, I adopted an approach of only compiling albums that purely focused on photos that spanned a certain period of significance in my journey. Those photos that fell outside that remit are safely stashed in a bunker somewhere inside the archetype photo bags typical amongst the graffiti fraternity. After my last analogue camera was retired to the furthest corner of my closet, any ambition I once possessed to file and categorise my vast collection of photos waned considerably anyway. With somewhat of a delay this book is my attempt to finally curate my entire collection of photos, which should hopefully give the reader a little insight into my development as a writer and display the personal milestones that I feel I have achieved. Creating a cross section of my personal segment within the graffiti universe, starting from the creation of my first piece onwards. Furthermore, it should show who I have taken this journey with and therefore will include passages where those of great significance in my journey divulge their side of the story.
You can get the OTIS book on the Unpleasant Unpleasant Press.