In celebration of Christmas, elusive street artist Banksy has returned to Bethlehem in Palestine to unveil a new politically-charged work called The Alternativity.
Banksy’s artworks often appear in the most unexpected places, but who knew his works would even pop up in a galaxy far, far away?
In honour of American street artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, Banksy has unveiled two new murals near London’s Barbican Centre, an area known to be graffiti-free (or at least now it used … Read more
Apparently, the special scattering of Banksy artworks throughout Melbourne (which can be found in places like Prahran’s infamous Revolver Upstairs) just wasn’t enough.
Banksy’s famous Spy Booth artwork was considered a critique of the 2013 global surveillance disclosures. Keyword here is ‘was’ because the piece is no more.
We all know about the works of Banksy, the world’s most famous street artist, but almost nothing about the man himself. That is until now.
Q: What two words start with a G and are never used in the same sentence? A: Grandmas and Grafitti.
When students at the Bridge Farm Primary School in Bristol voted to rename one of their buildings in honour of Banksy, they didn’t expect to get a thank you gift … Read more
Banksy may have been unmasked, but luckily for fans of incognito street artists, there’s a new hero in town to fill his paint-splattered boots. MissMe, from Montreal, quit her advertising … Read more
If rumours are true (and we’re 99.9% sure they are), Banksy will unveil a brand new exhibition at the seaside resort town of Weston-super-Mare this Friday, August 21st.