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This episode we learn about "bombing Middle England" by Banksy.
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Welcome to Art Lust, sponsored by Arts Origin. This episode we tackle Bombing middle England by Banksy. Banksy, anonymous British artist, famous for his guerilla graffiti around Europe. Even though his name sounds like someone who stores money, Banksy prefers the brick walls of London than posh galleries for his artwork. But his work is subversive, let’s take a look. Here is Bombing middle England, cool. This stencil piece features three bollet players tossing bombs instead of their balls, both sound painful to me. This Mack up scenario suggest that war is a fun pastime of this current incarnation of civilation. Banksy has reinvigorated street art this decade, his bomb unique places like the Israeli West bank barrier and the London zoo. With political messages delivered with ironic, wimsy and zany humor. He even put up fake art work in places like the British museum, where they promptly kept it. for a long time, no one knew what Banksy look like, but Banksy was recently photographed in Jamaica doing one of his art. He paid hefty sums to squash this photo, but we can reveal what he looks like, though he denies this is him, the truth is, if this was him, I’d do him. Your lost dude. See you next time on Art Lust. Don’t forget to visit our sponsors at www.artsorigin.com.