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Following an eight-year journey that has seen him cross the globe, Nils Müller is set to release Vandals – his second book of graffiti-highlighting photography and a follow-up to 2009′s Blütezeit. Bearing 192 full-color pages, the publication showcases the levels of elaborate planning that go into the creation of the illegal street art and sees the carrying-out of the act as artists – in one particular example – scale barbwire fences and evade both motion detectors and security cameras to tag a string of train cars. Divided into a total of 10 chapters, the piece devotes entire sections to the likes of Paris, Milan, Seoul, Bucharest, Caracas and New York while the remaining four chapters compile imagery from a variety of locales around the world. Look for the former graffiti artist and self-taught photographer’s Vandals to be available this May while a limited edition, signed copy of the book can be acquired by sending an inquiry to email@example.com.