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Banksy’s former agent, Steve Lazarides, of Laz Inc has put together an unauthorised retrospective of more than 70 works by the elusive artist loved by millions across the world. Steve...
Seen quite a few of these popping up on Facebook and various pages on the internet and with the popularity of Lego increasing ever more, Jeff Friesen has recreated some...
The Webby Awards named Banksy “Person of the Year” last week and he was a no show. The host, Patton Oswalt accepted the award and looked down at his...
An update on the Banksy website, in relation to the recent happenings in Syria: On the 6th March 2011 in the Syrian town of Daraa, fifteen children were arrested and tortured for painting anti-authoritarian graffiti.
It’s being reported that “Flower Girl” has sold for $209,000 at auction in the largest auction of the artists work in the US.
After taking a ‘break’ yesterday, Banksy is back with another piece on the side of the Hell’s Kitchen Hustler Club in New York.
A Sphinx in Queens? Really? Well, Banksy’s latest piece is just that.
The latest stencil piece from Banksy went up on the site this afternoon, a young boy with his spray can ‘butler’ – this one’s said to be located in the South Bronx.
Fresh update from the 20th day in the “Better Out Than In” series in New York from Banksy. The stencil is a of a young boy taking a hammer to a fire hydrant, apparently located within Upper West Side.
Banksy’s latest piece, Staten Island, New York, is a short video clip which zooms out through the frames to reveal some ants visiting a ‘nest’.
Are you the sort of person who enjoys going to art galleries, but wished they had more gravel in them? Then this temporary exhibition space is for you.
Depicting two Geishas, the piece sits on top of a brick arch, making good use of the environment around it.
The sculpture is set to visit the sidewalk outside of a different McDonalds every lunchtime for the next week – It’s currently in South Bronx.