The seventeenth chapter of Drago’s 36 Chambers Series “Stencil Poster” by Roman artists Sten and Lex represents the most recent developments in their style. Sten and Lex, who by now are renowned world wide for their work both on the street and in various galleries, began working together in 2001. Since then they have continued to refresh and reinvent the application of their medium by introducing new methods and developing their style from the early days of the “Hole School” to what we see today, which they refer to as the “Stencil Poster” technique. Their innovative approach toward the standard stencil has received much deserved attention from gallerists, curators, and collectors from around the world. In addition to their growing international acclaim, Stencil Poster is their second book published by Drago. A brief statement from the artists compliments the eighty-three images in the book, each page presents the reader with an original piece made exclusively for the publication. The subjects of their work come from photographs of nameless faces found as a result of their meanderings through different outdoor markets in cities all over the world. The lines that form the images, when seen from a close proximity appear to be a visual study in black and white, but from afar magically expand and contract to create a complete vision.