New Banksy artwork critiques London Olympics, perhaps

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By Zolton in New Art on Wednesday 16 May 2012

That elusive street art urchin (and we mean that in the nicest possible way), Banksy, has struck again in London, with a new artwork mysteriously appearing on the wall of a shop on Whymark Avenue, Turnpike Lane. As is to be expected, the street art sends a subtle social message, though so subtle in this case that Banksy-philes are torn over whether it is criticising the upcoming Olympics, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee or last summer’s riots.

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Banksy’s scathing criticism of advertising industry

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By Zolton in New Trends on Saturday 3 March 2012

Dammit, Banksy is a legend. Not content with smuggling his work into international galleries, satirising the snooty nosed high-end art world, and making searing commentary on big ticket talking points, the British street artist has now weighed into advertising with a damning critique of how the industry makes itself more powerful by making the rest of us feel completely inadequate. To read his full manifesto, click the More link. It’s very insightful, brilliant material.

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Has Banksy struck again?

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By Zolton in New Art on Thursday 24 November 2011

He’s laid low for a few weeks, but he may be back. And with a vengeance. This clever artwork sits on Bruton Lane in London and is an apparent critique on the rampant materialism of our time. Is it Banksy? We may never really know. But it’s damn fun all the same.

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Hanksy street art in Soho, New York

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By Zolton in New Art on Saturday 23 April 2011

Now, I work in Soho, but I haven’t spotted this. Yet! We’ve all heard of Banksy, elusive though he may be. Behold his more mainstream sibling: Hanksy. A BIG street artist, in the fullest sense of the word.

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Banksy directs The Simpsons opening sequence

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By Zolton in New Film on Tuesday 12 October 2010

That brilliantly mysterious street artist Banksy directed this brilliantly mischievous intro to The Simpsons episode which aired in the US last night.

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