Graffiti Woman celebrates the rise of female graffiti and street artists, showcasing the work of over 125 women, from those at the top of the game, such as New York's Lady Pink and Amsterdam's Mickey, to a galaxy of rising stars. Accompanied by lively quotes from the artists themselves, and introduced by renowned American artist Swoon and author Nancy Macdonald, this book is a must-have for anyone who has ever felt drawn to the galleries of the street. Female graffiti artists are increasingly making their mark on what has until now been a male-dominated sphere. Nicholas Ganz documents this phenomenon fully in this sequel to his international bestseller, "Graffiti World". This rich and varied presentation includes two 8-page fold-out collages, and reproduces the work of such world-famous artists as New York's Lady Pink and Swoon, Amsterdam's Mickey and Toulouse's Miss Van, as well as a galaxy of rising stars - over 130 in all. It is a must-buy for the hundreds of thousands of lovers of graffiti.