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  • Banksy

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    Banksy Who is Banksy? That is what everybody has been asking each other for the last couple of years. Although he is quite famous nobody knows much about him. All we know is his real name might be Robert Banks or Robin Gunningham and he was born in Bristol, but what we do know Banksy is an anonymous England based graffiti artist, film director and painter. He is known for his sarcastic street art and subversive fun combine cheekiness with dark humor with graffiti done in a distinctive stenciling

  • Banksy: Artist or Lawbreaker? Essay

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    Banksy: Artist or Lawbreaker? Art is a persons’ opinion. The definition of art is the quality, production, expression, or realm, according to aesthetic principles, of what is beautiful, appealing, or of more than ordinary significance. There is no real definition for what is beautiful or appealing to the human eye. Banksy is said to be an artist by some and a graffiti lawbreaker by others. Basically, it is up to the person to define Banksy as someone who is doing the right thing verses doing the

  • Research Paper On Banksy

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    Banksy is the famous graffiti artist who live in England, name and identity is unknown. He has inspiration is “Blek Le Rat” who is the father of stencil graffiti. Almost his work is stencils style but he has another technique too example like 3D work or film. Banksy work is about satirical politic or society issues and his work appear in many country many wall and he like to use famous people to satirical in his work example some his work he use queen sit on another girl face. He like to use a rat

  • The English Street Artist Banksy

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    The English street artist Banksy has produced various works of art in a revolutionary style. Street art is a very unique form of art that is produced in public areas on buildings, bridges, concrete, poles, and many other locations. This form of art is usually done illegally, which adds to the immense controversy that already surrounds it. With that being said, it speaks volumes about artists such as Banksy, who risk criminal charges of vandalism in order to empower others through his art. One of

  • The English Street Artist Banksy

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    The English street artist Banksy, has produced various works of art in a revolutionary style. Street art is a very unique form of art that is produced in public areas on buildings, bridges, concrete, poles, and many other places. This form of art is usually done illegally, which adds to the immense controversy that already surrounds it. With that being said, it speaks volumes about artists such as Banksy, who risk criminal charges of vandalism in order to empower others through his art. One of

  • Banksy Conceptual Framework Essay

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    BANKSY ARTIST Banksy is a pseudonymous England-based graffiti artist, political activist, film director, and painter. His satirical street art and subversive epigrams combine dark humor with graffiti done in a distinctive stenciling technique. Such artistic works of political and social commentary have been featured on streets, walls, and bridges of cities throughout the world. Known for his contempt for the government in labeling graffiti as vandalism, Banksy displays his art on public surfaces

  • The English Street Artist Banksy

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    The English street artist Banksy has produced various works of art, in a revolutionary style. Street art is visual and it is produced in public areas on buildings, bridges , concrete , and many other places. This form of art is usually done illegally, which adds to the immense controversy it already possesses, due to its subject matter. With that being said, it speaks volumes about artists such as Banksy, who risk criminal charges of vandalism, in order to empower others through his art. One of his

  • The Works Of Banksy By Henry David Thoreau

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    works of Banksy. Banksy is my chosen artist. His works are authentic, yet aesthetically defined in the most unusual places. His method of art is likewise fascinating – for he uses bold sardonic street art and dissident witticisms combined with graffiti performed in idiosyncratic stenciling techniques to portray various messages. As findthemag.com states, Banksy uses “broad, complex abstractions and reducing them into something palatable.” I agree with this statement. Also, the term Banksy is a pseudonym

  • London 's Delusive Visionary, Banksy

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    London’s delusive visionary, Banksy has made waves of controversy. His artwork started in London and have made their way to Los Angeles, Syria, and Brooklyn but he is known all over the world for mocking our society and people seem to be drawn to it, including myself. Even though graffiti is not known for making an impact to society, Street art can reflect a feeling because all art has some meaning and the artist has a reason for painting it for the public to see. The British graffiti artist started

  • Street Artist Banksy And Southern Illinois University

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    STREET ARTIST BANKSY AND Northeastern Illinois University Mustafa Khan Moritz S Kellerman Art 101 – L18 June 18th 2015 Banksy is one of the famous English graffiti artist, film director, painter and political activist through the use of painting. He has produced different satirical street art combined with subversive epigrams and dark humor of graffiti. These have been executed in the distinctive stenciling method. Therefore, the paper analyzes how Banksy has changed the people’s view of graffiti

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