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02 March 2009 | News | By: M@

Banksy's Back

Banksy's Back


If anyone still cares, it looks like the world's most famous stenciler has a couple of new pieces up in London after a half-year lull. The first can be found in Gillett Square, Dalston. Note the use of a brick air vent to form the radio speaker.

The second sample, 'Last graffiti before motorway', is a little more off the beaten track. To find it, you'll have to scamper to a traffic island at the junction of the A1 and A406 just north of Brent Cross. Or else just visit Flickr.

The new works come a few days after Banksy's set of Warhol-ish prints of Kate Moss failed to sell at auction. Meanwhile, some are speculating that the double-whammy might herald a new London show.

Image by vandalog, under Creative Commons, Attribution-Non-Commercial 2.0 Generic.


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I still care.
Banksy rocks.
'Cos he always makes me smile, which is priceless.