Postal stickers have long been a preferred substrate used by street artists to get up. Going Postal documents how an old-school method has burgeoned into another rich facet of the world’s graffiti cultures.
Graffiti photography legend Martha Cooperhas shot the origins of hip-hop and graffiti cultures since the late 1970s in New York City. This is a collection of more than 200 photographs of some of Cooper’s favorite handmade postal stickers from around the world, done by both some of the scene’s better-known artists and the anonymous.
Cooper has compiled a collection of photographs shot in numerous cities, including New York City, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Tokyo, Berlin and Amsterdam, featuring postal-sticker art created by Faust, Sstain, C.Damage, Get2, Cosbe and many more.