Apparently it's 'a real business venture, not an art stunt'
From The Velvet Underground to Patti Smith, Kanye West and Lady Gaga, record covers are a piece of affordable art for the everyday music fan
The director sort-of met up with the artist in a coffee shop
The destinations that are making an artistic statement
The Bristolian artist has been nominated in the visual arts category for his theme park Dismaland
Long before it was an anti-Trump avatar, the poop emoji was a soft toy and a Halloween costume. This week, a recipe for poop emoji-shaped marshmallow treats became a viral hit
Call it street art, guerrilla art, or neo-graffiti, it's not the sort of stuff that should ever end up in a gallery, right? But that's exactly where Steve Lazarides has put it – to spectacular effect. And, as the man behind Banksy tells Susie Mesure, his critics can go hang
Scientists at Queen Mary University of London claim to have 'tagged' Banksy
The Arts Council must address audience concerns, not run silly competitions
The so-called Bemusement Park will be repurposed, its creator says
Two artworks by the graffiti artist were tampered with in Utah
New Yorkers are charging tourists $20 to view a new Banksy work - but the Bristolian street artist commoditised himself long ago anyway
Tachowa Covington lived in a water tank in the Hollywood hills for seven years; then British graffiti artist Banksy sprayed “this looks a bit like an elephant” on it, and he was thrown out: it’s valuable art now. This is the basic, if troublesome, truth - first reported in The Independent in 2011 - that Tom Wainwright’s play takes as its starting point.
The nature of murals and wall sculptures ordinarily meant that the work of art was forever tied to its original location
Tim Walker tracks down the man forced out of his makeshift home by a few strokes of the brush – and discovers the extraordinary efforts by the street artist to make amends
The company who sold the Banksy mural "Slave Labour" have prompted further outcry after a second well-loved artwork was removed from a north London wall yesterday to be put up for auction commercially.