Banksy: The Shakespeare Complex

Here I argue Banksy is becoming a legend — in the mythological sense of the word — with the help of other artists, while everyone from academics to grannies on Gogglebox try to unmask him. Poor old Banksy …


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Interview With Banksy Collector

If you’ve ever wondered why you don’t have enough money, it’s probably because you haven’t collected enough Banksys. In Flux Magazine I chat with a collector from Bristol who started buying Banksy’s when they were cheap, now he’s using the money to redecorate his Regency house. Nice, nice … He tells you how to do it too. x x x


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Banksy: A Cultural Investment

I interviewed Bristol Museum & Art Gallery’s Modern and Contemporary Art curator, Julia Carver, about Bristol born Banksy’s ‘Take Over’ of the museum, the Tesco Riots, why he is a cultural investment and a lot more  …


They’ve Found Banksy Again …

... this time he is definitely the front man from Massive Attack. Definitely this time …

“How many times can a man’s true identity be discovered?

Is this the title of an essay by Sartre? No, it is merely the general public wondering how many times we can discover the ‘real Banksy’.”



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Street Art As A Philosophy

What is ‘street art’, what’s the point of it? Is it a philosophy? Sure. Why not. I’ve written about it and decided these all-important, life-changing (and affirming) questions for you, by quoting more famous philosophers than myself*. Read it and weep x x

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* Disclaimer: I am not a famous philosopher.


You might have heard of the “Banksy’s effect”, here I question whether there will be a “Gunningham effect” and the other possible implications of Banksy’s identity being revealed, because why the hell not. Get it while it’s hot:

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