The book “Street Art Belgrade” published by Komshe presents the most comprehensive overview of street art in Belgrade, both stylistically and historically. From aphorisms and stencil art, to complex graphics solutions, letters and murals you can follow the graffiti and street art scene in Belgrade, which is becoming more and more vibrant. The book also contains quotes by some of the most active street artists: Artez, Junk, Rage, TKV, Lortek and
Nikola. On almost 220 pages and with over 500 photographs, which the author Aleksandar Djordjevic made in the last six years, the book provides a comprehensive insight into the unique world of street art in Belgrade. Also, all texts are in Serbian and in French.
Paris had a big impact on the Belgrade graffiti scene. One of the examples is the street artist Jens, who after his stay in Paris, brought a new style from Parisian streets to Belgrade, and thus revived and launched the street art of the 90s, which was almost dead due to the political and economic difficulties that the country was going through. Famous Parisian artists have visited Belgrade and left their artwork on the walls of the city (Black le Rat, REMED) on the walls, and many Serbian artists spent time in Paris, where they acquired new insights and inspiration for their street art.