If you pay attention to the development of contemporary street art, you probably know that today’s situation has never been better. Little by little, “vandalism” is transforming into a full-fledged form of art. Throughout the last several years, many talented people have joined the streets to express their opinions with the help of stencils. It is hard to argue that Banksy is a beacon for many beginning painters. Not only is he known for some controversial artworks, but he is also a big popularizer of what he is doing. To prove it, let’s look at the evolution of Banksy art in 2020 – 2021. You will be surprised to hear how much has already been done.
Traditionally, Christmas is associated with snow and ice, the birth of Jesus, love, care, and community. But not for Banksy. Even one of the most sacred festivals of the year cannot make the famous Bristol artist maintain public and creative silence. Every Christmas, Banksy art plays the role of the controversial yet integral symbol of the celebration. With time, Banksy Christmas art is becoming more and more relevant since it features hard truths that some people are still unwilling to swallow.
Seven days ago, on December 10, Banksy posted a post on his Instagram account where he announced the start of sales of his souvenir t-shirts in aid of the Colston 4. Less than seven hours after they became available (Saturday, December 11), t-shirts were completely sold out. It was indeed a unique opportunity to find original Banksy for sale, but you should never underestimate the power of Banksy’s loyal fanbase.
Life is a revolving door, and there is no time to lose in this hectic world. If you like Banksy art, but you are too busy living your life, below you will find some Banksy latest art news that can interest you. Here is what you might have missed.