“Show Me The Monet" sold to an unidentified bidder at Sotheby’s in London.
A man tried to get an appraisal for a Banksy piece he removed from a wall but ended up getting a lecture instead.
The man learned a valuable lesson about removing street art from its original location.
The European Union’s intellectual property office said the street artist had filed the trademark for his "Flower Thrower" piece in bad faith.
“It was one of my favorite shoots," recalled Steve Lazarides, the secretive street artist's former right-hand man.
The pop star was dubbed "BadGalBanksy" following her latest social media post criticizing the president.
The piece features the artist's signature rats, lots of pale-green spray paint, and a hazmat suit.
The street artist shared "an idea that caters for both those who miss" the statue of Edward Colston "and those who don’t."
The street artist used an analogy of a broken pipe flooding a downstairs apartment to explain why systemic racism "is a white problem."
The street artist gifted his "Game Changer" piece to Britain's National Health Service to thank those on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.