Books: For creative protest, in Thailand the writing is on the wall, in Nikkei Asia


My latest story examines an illustrated book that traces the history of political street art and graffiti in Thailand.

“In 2013, a friend took me down the railway tracks behind Klong Prem prison. I saw this forest of cement columns covered in artwork and I was instantly attracted,” says photographer Rupert Mann, author of “Bangkok Street Art and Graffiti.”

Read the full story in Nikkei Asia here.