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Hero in Art: The Vanished Traces of Richard Hambleton

Richard Hambleton, the proclaimed father of street art, made a name for himself in the early 80s with his revolutionary urban interventionist art. Through the eyes of author and friend Istvan Kantor, aka Monty Cantsin, this biographic novel delves into the tumultuous and inspiring life of the iconic street artist. Kantor/Cantsin recounts the highs and lows, trials and triumphs of Hambleton's journey to become a renowned figure in the rebellious world of street art. With a scientific and objective tone, this narrative offers a unique insight into the man behind the legendary art, painting a vivid picture of his passion and determination to conquer the art scene of New York City within 5 years.