An artist’s book is massively considered a 20th-century form of art, however book production dates back to many centuries ago. Artists’ books should not be confused with artists’ notes regarding specific artworks. Nowadays, they employ an extended series of forms, from traditional codex form to scrolls, concertinas or even miscellaneous items in a box. In other words, it is the artist’s intent in terms of illustration, materials, layout and design that makes something an artist’s book. Naturally, street artists have, also, transitioned to this art form, juxtaposing typical graffiti elements with those that are related to the form of a book, benefiting from the interactivity, portability, and easily shared nature of the artwork.