The book showcases Costello’s seminal style and his extensive body of work, including site-specific installations around the world. It also chronicles his myriad collaborations with Alife, Nike, Coach, Moncler, Modernica, Marc Jacobs, Levi Strauss & Co., Mini (BMW), Carhartt, Casio G-Shock, Kidrobot, Medicom Toy, Stance, agnès b., and colette, among many others. Today, Costello’s reach and influence goes far beyond urban street culture. Krink has grown exponentially into a global artist materials brand with expanding collections of apparel, tools, and accessories; while Costello’s unique aesthetic can be seen on objects from sneakers to luxury goods to cars.
Krink: Graffiti, Art, and Invention is both stylish and informative, capturing the ethos of punk and hip-hop culture, and is sure to appeal to the fans of high/low cultural crossovers, as well as die-hard fans of street art and fashion.
Hardcover with foil stamp and tipped-in photograph,
9 x 12 inches, 240 pages, 200 color and black & white images, 5 color process
Contributors: agnès b., Sarah Andelman, Rob Cristofaro, Kunle Martins, Shantell Martin, Carlo McCormick, Barry McGee, Ryan McGinness, and Tom Sachs
By Craig Costello
Published by Rizzoli