Graffiti Art Coloring Book

Just in time for MOCA’s big Art in the Streets show comes the Graffiti Art Coloring book from Chronicle. Bring it to the show to collect autographs, or keep a copy in the stroller and slip it to the kidlets when their attention for wheatpasted posters wears thin. The 32-page “love letter to graffiti” by comic book illustrator Aye Jay mixes up tagging, posters and character illustrations by Shepard Fairey, Persue, Mear and dozens of others. There’s plenty of blank space in the margins for your own doodles and if you keep your art confined to this handy volume and off the walls you can save up to $1000.