I started my editorial career at street art magazine Graphotism as its co-editor from issue three back in the early 1990s when Banksy’s takeover of the art world was but a twinkle in his eye. Since then the magazine has gone from strength to strength and is now a 160-plus page full-colour coffee table-style quarterly title distributed worldwide – including respected outlets like the Tate Modern gallery in London. In 2008 I returned as its sub-editor (and its sister title My Name Is?).

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