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Here are before and after shots of the location of a recent street piece created by Banksy. BEFORE: AFTER: http://www.banksy.co.uk
This is a very obscure early Banksy stencils from the late 90s in Bristol. The text is paraphrasing a quote from the film director David Puttnam “Nowhere in the world will you find a statue of a critic, or the biography … Continue reading
Here are a couple of rare photos of Banksy in action, painting an early freehand street piece in Easton, Brisol in the late 90s. Here’s the sketchbook drawing the piece was based on. And the completed street piece. \ Photo … Continue reading
Here’s a very rarely seen early Banksy street piece from the late 90s located on Jamaica Street in Bristol.
In 2002 Banksy flew to Japan to put on two shows, the first in Osaka and the second in Aoyama. The shows were both called Existencilism (misspelt on the invite, see below) and the venues were two stores called “And A” … Continue reading
Banksy’s documentary The Antics Roadshow which was broadcast in the UK last August, will premiere in the U.S. on Logo TV this Saturday (June 2nd) at 8 p.m. For those in the UK you can watch the entire show on 4OD’s youtube channel … Continue reading
“Celebrating sixty years of just waving and smiling and doing essentially naff all…” To celebrate the Queens Diamond Jubilee Banksy has created a new piece called “Er…”. It’s currently available to download for free from the Pictures on Walls website. … Continue reading
Please Note: Due to the recent glut of mediocre, uninformative, half baked unofficial books about Banksy, the Capturing Banksy book project has been put on hold – until further notice.
Here’s a short video of the recent Banksy street piece in central London.
It looks like Banksy has gone back to basics with this piece just discovered in London. Photo credit: thelonelyvillein.