Friday, February 22, 2013

Graffiti as Art

Bansky, a graffiti artist, has many pieces of art around  Los Angeles. His real identity will not be known for issues concerning graffiti being illegal. "[He] attended the fee-paying Bristol Cathedral School."

His artwork can vary from rats holding paint brushes or cameras to children chasing balloons. He made one piece of art replacing Mona Lisa's head with a smiley face. In another piece of art work, there is a cart falling into pond.

A book was written on Bansky. It's called "Bansky, The Man Behind the Wall."

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