Banksy has been fairly quiet since his recent residency in New York City last year, however the British superstar seems to be back with this brand new piece which was just finished in Cheltenham, UK.
Earlier this morning Banksy painted this signature piece on Hewlett Road, close to the GCHQ (Government Communications Headquarters).
As usual with Mr B, this piece is right on point with these three government agents spying on our telecommunications.
Stay tuned with Banksy News for more updates and hit the jump for a more detailed look at this stencil.
Banksy Street Art
Sad days for Banksy’s fans, after “Girl With Umbrella” in New Orleans just a few days ago (here), another street art piece by the world famous British graffiti artist has just been damaged in Park City, Utah.
Two stencils were the target of Vandals on New Year’s eve, successfully ruining one of the works. Spray paint is now covering the mural that depicted a young boy with a pink halo and angel wings kneeling to pray behind a spraycan of pink. The plexiglass covering over the image had been destroyed.
This series of stencils was painted back in 2010, around the time Banksy was in Park City for the Sundance Film Festival for of his movie, “Exit Through the Gift Shop. As of today, it’s currently unclear if the work can be restored.
Take a look at more images below and let us know your thoughts down in our comments section.
Yesterday in New Orleans, Banksy’s iconic street piece “Nola” or “Girl With Umbrella” wich was painted in 2008 on N. Rampart and Kerlerec was defaced by Vandals.
Exactly three years after the catastrophic Hurricane Katrina, Banksy showed up in New Orleans. The British artist left his mark around the city, providing stenciled commentary on the post-Katrina days. Sadly, most of the street pieces are gone by now, but several remain.
The plexiglass that protected “Nola” was destroyed and the piece was sprayed with Red enamel paint. Luckily for Banksy’s fans, the Vandals weren’t successful as the piece was cleaned and the red paint removed just a few hours after. “Girl With Umbrella” is saved.
More images are waiting for your click below and then let us know your thoughts on this incident.
Banksy’s “Better Out Than In” in New York City has been finished for almost a month and it has brought over a whole lot of new Banksy’s Fans.
In the next few weeks, we’ll be running a series of Obscure, rare and mostly Unknown Banksy pieces from his early days in London and UK.
Take a look at a full gallery after the jump and let us know which one if your favourite.
Read More »Obscure and Rare Street Pieces By Banksy – Part I
After 27 pieces for “Better Out Than In”, Banksy just painted his 28th Piece on the streets of Coney Island in New York City.
Mr Banksy dropped this brilliant stencil of a robot and his spray-can working on a very personal piece! Gotta love the Banksy touch!
Enjoy an extra shot after the jump and check back with us tomorrow for the newest piece!
Banksy just unveiled his third piece for the “Better Out Than In” Project in New York City.
Entitled “You Complete Me”, this piece shows a dog pissing on a fire hydrant.
It’s located on 24th street & 6th avenue if you are quick enough to catch it before it gets vandalised.Read More »Banksy Third Piece In New York City “You Complete Me”
Banksy is back in action! The elusive Street Artist just updated his website with a flyer titled “Better Out Than In” and a date that says October 2013.
He also unveiled this new stencil which we believe to be located in Los Angeles. A part of Banksy’s team was in Los Angeles whole of August and September. The British artist has also according to rumours recently moved to Los Angeles.
With POW’s 10 Year anniversary coming up and this new Banksy’s show, the end of this year is sure to be fun.Read More »Banksy – back in Los Angeles With new Street Art and Solo Show “Better Out Than In”