Banksy TV of the Day

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Banksy TV of the Day: The Antics Roadshow, Banksy's hour-long television special exploring "the history of behaving badly in public," aired this past Saturday on Channel 4.

Narrated by Kathy Burke and produced by Jamie D'cruz, The Antics Roadshow examines the stories behind some of the most audacious stunts of recent times and what motivates t

Street Art of the Day

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Street Art of the Day: New Zealand Police take a page from the book of Banksy with their latest recruitment ads, commissioning M&C Saatchi Auckland to recreate stenciled depictions of actual events involving New Zealand police officers.

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Street Art of the Day

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Street Art of the Day: Banksy responds to the British Transport Police’s anti-graffiti campaign "Operation Misfit" with a Camden-based tribute-shoutout to hometown tagger Tox -- one of five street artist charged in the sweep.

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Freebie of the Day

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Freebie of the Day: The Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art -- which is currently hosting the first museum exhibit dedicated to street art -- announced on its blog today that, thanks to an "unprecedented gesture" by featured artist Banksy, admission to the "Art in the Streets" exhibit will be free of charge every Monday from now until the exhibit shuts

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Street Art of the Day: Hanksy strikes again (previously), hitting the streets of SoHo with a Tom Hanks-themed take on Banksy's "Girl with Red Balloon."

[wooster.]

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Street Art of the Day: An as-yet-unverified new Emma Goldman-inspired Banksy stencil has popped up in the London neighborhood of Fitzrovia over the weekend, adjacent to the former location of the Bristol Bomber's "One Nation Under CCTV" piece.

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