Banksy, who is renowned for his remarkable, public visits, and are often politically tinted works of art, has on Tuesday announced that soon a new shop will open. The street artist do this to his own words, ” to make his brand better protected, because it is a wenskaartenbedrijf have the rights to as well.
The artist in the united kingdom from Croydon, a window opens where you have lots of pieces in the show. Banksy is said to be working through his shop up for sale, with prices starting from £ 10 (11 euros).
According to the artist, it is his / her own name protected for when he merchandise, which he’s been since Tuesday to do it. The items have hand-crafted from post-consumer recycled material and is available in a limited number of copies.
“This window has no other aim than to show,” writes the artist on Instagram. “I’m open today to be a store, but the doors will not be opened.”
Banksy is renowned for his often politically biased, and often humorous works of art, where he was a graffiti that combines with its own sjabloontechniek. He is often against the use of violence, it is often antikapitalistisch and can be seen against the status quo.
The painting was destroyed during the auction
The British artist came out last year, is still in the news after a painting, showing a girl in a hartjesballon look at the London auction rooms of Sotheby’s, was destroyed.
Then, when the work of art to an anonymous buyer, was sold for nearly 1.2 million, and his colleague Banksy, on a remote control device, and the painting is in part due to the shredder it went.
For a long time, the identity of the artist is unknown, but it is in June 2017, seemed to be that, by accident, to have been revealed by a British artist in You. Banksy might be the pseudonym of Robert Del Naja, also known for his work with the band Massive Attack.
The artist himself has always denied that he was the mastermind behind Banksy. However, he has admitted to a friendship with the enigmatic artist.
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