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Posts tagged: Banksy

Femme Fierce Reloaded Part One

March 6, 2015

What else is there to do on International Woman’s Day, on 8th March 2015, other than to head down to Leake Street graffiti tunnel, London Waterloo and visit the Femme Fierce Festival. Femme Fierce is the UKs largest all female street art festival and was launched last year by Ayaan Binksy. It was a pretty intense […]

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Pichiavo’s new wall piece in Sclater Street, London

February 28, 2015

We were lucky enough to catch up with spanish graffiti duo Pichiavo. Pichi and Avo flew over from Valencia to London to show GraffitiStreet what they do best, and they certainly impressed us with their latest mural, mixing their fine art skills with graffiti writing perfectly. Take a walk down Sclater street, Shoreditch and you will be greeted by […]

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‘Welcome to Gaza’ by Banksy 2015

February 26, 2015

The Bristolian street artist Banksy has returned to Palestine to create another series of works, following his famous 2005 series painted on the West Bank barrier wall. This time Banksy has been busy in Gaza with a spoof video and a series of political murals to address arguably the most contentious controversial topic Banksy could have possibly […]

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Love for the streets (Valentine’s Special)

February 14, 2015

Street art has become an increasingly popular medium for artists to express their creativity and emotions. Love has been a recurring theme for many street artists worldwide, with countless murals dedicated to this universal emotion. As we celebrate Valentine’s Day, it’s the perfect opportunity to take a closer look at some of the most intricate […]

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The Impact of Technology on Human Connection: A Reflection on Banksy’s ‘Mobile Lovers’

April 23, 2014

Banksy‘s “Mobile Lovers” is a piece of street art that has excited the global art scene. The newly painted artwork features a suited couple locked in an embrace, but instead of being lost in the moment, they are fixated on their mobile phones. The piece is a poignant commentary on how technology has become a […]

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The Artistic Brilliance of Banksy and His ‘Crude Oils’ Paintings

November 7, 2013

In October 2005, the renowned street artist Banksy curated a remarkable exhibit named “Crude Oils” at a small gallery in the vibrant neighbourhood of Notting Hill in London. The exhibit displayed 20 classical oil paintings that he had purchased from various flea markets across London. The paintings were ingeniously modified to incorporate motifs of contemporary […]

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Banksy’s New York Residency, “Better out than in”, 2013

November 4, 2013

Throughout the bustling streets of New York City, Banksy’s “Better Out Than In” has been taking the city by storm. For a month-long period from October 1st to 31st, Banksy has been brightening up the city with his public intervention, which is a delightful combination of scavenger hunt and performance. Every day, a new piece […]

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