Workers have begun work on iconic statue's thumb damaged during storm
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Monday 14 July 2008
The 10-year quest to discover the true identity of the underground artist known as Banksy has become almost as captivating as his stylised graffiti which has popped up unannounced on buildings across the world.
Sunday 13 July 2008
I like places that are a bit weird. I'm more interested in what you might call dwellings than purpose-built houses. I like the idea of turning an unusual space into a home, which is what we've done in this converted warehouse flat in Shoreditch.
Tuesday 24 June 2008
Street graffiti in central Melbourne, including paintings by the British artist Banksy, could be given national heritage status by the Australian National Trust.
Thursday 15 May 2008
For his London debut, the Parisian photographic graffiti artist JR is thinking big. The photograffeur wanted to paste a giant blow-up of one of his images on to the 325ft tower at the Tate Modern. But when the gallery refused, JR decided to stage a wider exhibition of his work across the capital.
Monday 14 April 2008
Brazil provides the art world with some of its most dynamic and inspirational graffiti: it features a dramatic use of distinctive colours, symbolism drawn from a rich South American culture, and, most importantly, the emotional responses that dire social iniquities provoke.
Friday 30 July 2004
Saturday 26 June 2004
Thursday 29 January 2004
Saturday 18 October 2003
Saturday 04 September 1999
Monday 02 March 1998
Sunday 15 December 1996
Monday 21 October 1996
Thursday 14 March 1996
Thursday 07 March 1996
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