The European Union Intellectual Property Office ruled that the street artist, who remains anonymous, could not be identified as the unquestionable owner of his “Flower Thrower” stencil.
An employee of the London Tube noticed “some sort of ‘rat thing’” a few days ago and cleaned it off.
The artist’s bright pink motor yacht has already rescued 89 refugees in distress in the Mediterranean.
The work was unveiled this past weekend at the artist’s Walled Off Hotel, which overlooks Israel’s separation wall around Bethlehem.
Stuck at home, Banksy has painted his bathroom with his signature cheeky rats, toppling products and ruining his toilet.
Banksy’s latest mural in Birmingham, England imagined two reindeer guiding a bench where a local homeless man slept. Soon after its debut, someone spray painted Rudolph-red noses.
Banksy’s “Show Me The Monet” (2005), a riff on Monet’s paintings of his Japanese bridge in Giverny, has achieved the second-highest price ever paid for a work by the street artist.
Prices are affordable in the artist’s new digital shop, but that doesn’t mean the products will be easy to purchase.
The anonymous artist set up a stall to showcase paintings of a cruise ship parked in the canal surrounding the city.
Ironically, the secretive street artist once wrote: “Copyright is for losers.”
A curious stunt in Ohio suggests the international art prankster collaborated with a local artist to hit up the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center.
The anonymous artist has opened a shop in the south London borough of Croydon to showcase some of his characteristically humorous items.