10) October 16th (All city - McDonalds) For the whole month of October, Banksy took over the streets of New York City with his Better Out Than In project, leaving his mark in different areas every single day. Though some of his graffiti has been painted over and his installations taken down, we're lucky enough to live…
From the Upper West Side to Staten Island, Banksy has certainly been making the rounds along the streets of New York with his Better Out Than In project. In reaction to the British street artist's handiwork, fans have been flocking to see the art in person, taking photographs and…
Banksy strikes again with a secret pop-up art sale by Central Park for his month-long New York residency, Better Out Than In. Set up like any other stall selling merchandise on the streets lining the iconic park, an elderly man sat on October 13th, waiting for customers to pick up "100% authentic original signed Banksy canvases" for $60 a piece (the real market value per piece…
Banksy is back with a brand new street project in New York called Better Out Than In. The elusive street artist plans to exhibit an entire art show on the streets of New York for the entire month of October, treating the city that never sleeps like a giant museum. He has just revealed his first piece in lower Manhattan featuring two kids, seemingly from an era that predates child labor…
One has to wonder what world-renowned street artist Banksy thinks of his imposter, Hanksy. Does Banksy despise Hanksy for riding on his coattails or does he admire him for being clever and creative? Perhaps, we'll never know.
Either way, Hansky has been putting up a flurry of awesome new works over the last couple years. Whether you love him or hate him, you have to admit, some of these…
Just a couple days ago, we featured some new work by the world's most famous street artist, Banksy. Turns out, he actually went on a tear and put up a few more pieces in London. It's astounding that we still don't know Banksy's true identity considering the fact that he's using the walls of a major…
We haven't seen much of Banksy in 2011, so it's nice to see a new, quality piece coming from him. Spotted recently in Liverpool, a little, puttering biplane is seen leaving a large, heart-shaped smoke trail. Also worth noting is this dark yet…
Though we hadn't heard from elusive street artist Banksy in a little while, it should come as no surprise that his latest piece would be for the "Occupy" movement. Popping up at St. Paul’s Cathedral for Occupy London, this brand new sculpture features a panhandling Rich “Uncle” Pennybags on a make-believe Monopoly board. According to Demotix, it was created "as a show of… Continue
The ever-elusive Banksy impersonator, Hanksy, makes his mark again in the Lower East Side. Instead of the Wilson cameo, this time the street artist remakes Banksy’s piece, below, using the same line: Laugh now, but one day we'll be in charge. Foreboding, even with Tom Hank's enlarged head.… Continue
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Bansky impersonator - Hanksy - has struck again! This time, instead of throwing flowers like in Banksy's Molotov cocktail-inspired original (below), the artist took it one step further and had Tom Hanks throw Wilson as a throwback to his movie Cast Away. The piece was spotted in New York… Continue
Banksy strikes again! Or maybe not? This past week, two HANKSY pictures surfaced on the streets of Soho, New York that has the art world scratching their heads. These cunning compositions are made of unmistakable Banksy pieces meshed together with famous actor Tom Hanks' head.
Everyone is dying to know, who is this mysterious artist? Could it be Banksy making fun of… Continue
Over the weekend, street artist Banksy made his way back to the MOCA to refresh his portion of the Arts in the Streets exhibit. (Alice and Eugene recently covered the opening.) The new installations consist of a pair of golfers dressed fashionably in… Continue
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One of our favorite (and most talented) iPhone photographers Aik Beng Chia just sent over some very cool photos that pay tribute to street artist Banksy. Chia shot strangers on Singapore's streets and then used the Blender app to combine Banksy's pieces with his subjects. Finally, he used the Cross… Continue
Take a hugely popular game, Angry Birds, and mash it up with a very recognizable street art piece, from Banksy, and what do you get? This very clever creation. Called Angry Birdksy, it's by Austin, Texas-based graphic designer Brandon (or Bortwein). Love it!
After Banksy’s film Exit Through the Gift Shop was nominated for an Oscar, the UK street artist made a special trip to Los Angeles to honor the momentous occasion. Here are a few standout pieces that he put up in the last couple weeks.
The boy shooting crayons (below) is located in Westwood, home of UCLA. As a Bruin myself, I can tell you firsthand that many students have… Continue
Street artist ABOVE personally wrote to us to tell us about his most recent stencil in Paris. He created it because he found it to be "an interesting topic about Banksy and the thievery of street art works." To fully understand the piece, read his personal story, below.
"Last year I was traveling for 3-months around Europe and spent 2 weeks in Paris. One… Continue
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