The elusive street artist's Valentine's Day piece was defaced within 48 hours of appearing on a wall in Bristol, England.
The elusive street artist's latest piece in Bristol, England, has already been defaced.
The elusive street artist has a lot of history with the location of his latest piece.
The installation -- which shows Joseph, Mary and baby Jesus in front of a bullet-scarred concrete wall -- is on display at the artist's hotel in Bethlehem.
Steve Lazarides has resurfaced never-before-seen images of one of the anonymous street artist's audacious stunts.
And the piece in Birmingham, England, has already been doctored.
The elusive artist's rise to world acclaim is chronicled in an upcoming book by his former art dealer, Steve Lazarides.
Banksy vs. Bristol Museum was the elusive street artist's boldest stunt to date -- and it paid off in a big way.
Jody Thomas painted the 15-meter-high tribute to the campaigning Swedish schoolgirl in Bristol, England.
The street artist crashed the famous event in Italy with an unauthorized installation.
"It’s an unwritten key ethos of the society, giving back and helping."
The anonymous street artist’s “Devolved Parliament” canvas has returned to the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery.
It is fully remote-controlled and has a top speed of 3 knots.
It won't guarantee your anonymity, though.
“In rehearsals it worked every time."
The street artist's prank at Sotheby's lit a trick candle in a musty room. But in rebelling against the monied art establishment, he still profits.
No one knows exactly why (or how) Banksy pulled of his latest stunt: shredding a painting just after it was auctioned off for $1.4 million.
"What’s the opposite of LOL?” the British street artist posted to Instagram.
Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie are about to be transformed.