Check some awesome street art works and installations, created by Pavel Puhov aka Pavel 183, a russian street art terrorist.
Pavel Pukhov fell in love with free expression when, as an 11-year-old, he stumbled upon Moscow’s infamous Tsoi Wall, an alleyway in central Moscow covered in graffiti and messages commemorating the life and cult following of rock star Viktor Tsoi. Continue reading »
Wales has been Banksyed – with the world famous street artist revealing that he is indeed behind a new piece of graffiti which appeared on the side of a garage overnight. Speculation that the anonymous artist was behind the mural in Port Talbot, South Wales, had been mounting, with residents convinced it was his. Continue reading »
In a moment that caught the art world by surprise, Banksy’s Girl with Balloon self-destructed just as the final hammer signaled the end of an evening of auctions in London. The work sold for £1,042,000 ($1.4 million), tying the artist’s record at auction previously achieved in 2008. Continue reading »
Zehra Doğan (born 1989) is a Kurdish artist and journalist from Diyarbakir, Turkey. She is a founder and the editor of Jinha, a feminist Kurdish news agency with an all female staff. She was jailed by the Turkish government for a painting of the destruction of the city of Nusaybin in 2017. Her imprisonment has prompted international outcry, including a 2018 mural by street artist Banksy in New York. Continue reading »
The gift shop is situated towards the back of the hotel and sells items created exclusively for the Walled Off by Banksy. It should not be confused with the ‘Banksy Shop’ next door – which has nothing to do with Banksy at all. All profits from sales go towards sustaining the hotel and social projects. Select items are available worldwide on mail order. Continue reading »
The owner of a guest house packed with the elusive artist Banksy’s work has opened the doors of his West Bank establishments to media, showcasing its unique “worst view in the world”. The hotel, several of whose rooms look onto an Israeli security watchtower, is awash in the trademark satirical work of the mysterious artist. The highlight is room number three, known as “Banksy’s Room”, where guests sleep in a king-size bed underneath Banksy’s artwork showing a Palestinian and an Israeli in a pillow fight.
The hotel also features a presidential suite and a museum with the artist’s politically-charged work. It has the markings of a gentleman’s club from the English colonial period. The entrance to one small niche accommodates a life-size figure of Arthur James Balfour signing his 1917 letter that came to be known as the Balfour declaration, and was the basis for the international push for the creation of Israel. The cheapest rooms were available from $30 a night. The nine-room hotel named “The Walled Off Hotel” will officially open on March 11. Continue reading »
He works anonymously, covered under the nickname of “Sharik”. He lives in Simferopol, Autonomous Republic of Crimea in southern Ukraine. Noone sees him, but he does. His graffiti is done in a stencil style and is devoted to a social topics: mass culture, love, politics, power and money. Ukrainian Banksy. Continue reading »
Banksy is the pseudonym and graffiti tag of the renowned British street artist famous for his iconic stenciled designs and political messages. His work can be seen decorating walls and public spaces all over the UK. Synonymous with subversive politics and a punchy high-impact visual effect, Banksy’s stencilled images have quickly gained iconic status and are at the cutting edge of urban trends. His work is collected by many A-list celebrities, including Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and Christina Aguilera. The Binary Box has come up with a great idea of creating a series of wall stickers inspired by the street artist. Now you can add a piece of clever art as a feature on your favorite wall. Continue reading »
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A dancer poses with a new installation of art by British graffiti artist Banksy painted on the front door of the Hustler Club in New York October 24, 2013. (Photo by Eric Thayer/Reuters)
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A dancer poses with a new installation of art by British graffiti artist Banksy painted on the front door of the Hustler Club in New York, October 24, 2013. Known for his anti-authoritarian black-and-white stenciled images, which have sold at auction for upwards of $2 million, the British street artist is treating New Yorkers to a daily dose of spray-painted art – while eluding the police and incurring the wrath of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. (Photo by Eric Thayer/Reuters) Continue reading »
A rural Banksy turned the tables on fellow artist Damien Hirst by building a mock up of him in a formaldehyde-filled tank for cows to appreciate. The artwork was installed in a field next to Prince Charles’ Highgrove estate near Tetbury by Wiltshire-based stencil artist Luke Hollingworth. (Peter Robins)
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