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Shok-1 interviews Banksy. 2001. A chat with Banksy. I should count myself lucky I wasn’t blindfolded like the reporter from The Face magazine on the way to the secret HQ of Banksy [apparently he enjoyed it. Each to his own!] Not … Continue reading
Here’s a rarely seen gem from the archives. A freehand Banksy piece created in 1999 on one of the walls of the Southmead Youth Club in Bristol.
This new artwork by Banksy called “Forgive Us” was up for auction this week as part of a fund raising event for the Old Vic theatre.
This Banksy original which was first seen at the MOCA Art in the Streets exhibition last year in LA is coming up for auction on 29th June at Phillips de Pury.
Here’s a rarely seen early Banksy stencil that was put up in Bristol back in 1998. The tank image was created by Banksy as the cover design for the record ‘Cut Commander‘ by Onecut, on the Hombre record label the … Continue reading
This photo was taken inside Banksy’s studio in 2001. It depicts a Mickey Mouse mask that he shot several bullet holes in!
In 2005 Banksy created a sculpture of a vandalised phone box. Here are some photos from inside his studio whilst the piece was being fabricated. Here’s the completed piece on the streets of London:
Several UK newspapers have been reporting that a recent street piece (pictured below) in Bristol is by Banksy. For the record, it’s actually by a little known street artist called IncWel, not Banksy . IncWel has uploaded several shots of … Continue reading
Here are four rarely seen Banksy pieces created in the late 90s. Three paintings and one sculpture that was installed on the streets of Bristol.