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Description Details: Street Art and Graffiti are a tough nut to crack for art historians. Not attached to any specific era, Street Art is a phenomenon that takes place on the street, far from all the galleries an... more

Description Details:Street Art is a fantastic foray into the unique and extremely creative world of this art form. The explosion of graffiti-styled street art in the early 1980s has continued to be a popular form... more

Description Street art is making an impact on our urban landscape - make sure it's on your radar! Look inside to find out which street artists are at the cutting edge all around the world, learn all about guerill... more

Description Details: With over 1000 works and 50 street artists, this book provides an extensive sampling of the latest trends in the world of street art and graffiti; a catalogue with an illustrative selection o... more

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“Wall Street's Wolf”

published 12/11/2014

Some great acting

Hardly any

...The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) "The Wolf of Wall Street" is a 2013 crime film which was directed by Martin Scorsese, who has also directed such films as "Taxi Driver" (1976), "Raging Bull" (1980), and "Goodfellas" (1990). Warning: Spoilers will likely be given during this review. Outline The film is 180 minutes in length and stars Leonardo DiCaprio ("The Departed...

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Excellent

Huge selection of cultural attractions and exhibitions

Out of London, opportunities to use the Pass are fewer

...I?ve always been interested in museums, art and other cultural attractions, and since I moved to London I visit them more than ever. I heard about the National Art Pass via a free trial with the Guardian. The trial allowed 3 months? use of a Pass; after my three months had expired, I joined the scheme and paid, and have been a member ever since. *The Art Fund* The National Art Pass scheme is run...

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“Streets Ahead”

published 26/08/2014

Decent, easy-reading style

The ending seemed a little contrived

...In his early books, Danny Wallace was the new Tony Hawks, taking on silly challenges and recounting them in amusing ways. With "Charlotte Street", his first entirely fictional work, he seems to be moving into territory inhabited by Mike Gayle, that of bloke-lit. It seems a decent fit, as his book "Yes Man" had elements of bloke-lit, despite being based on actual events. It may have suffered...

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