Director Chris Moukarbel wasn’t in New York City when Bansky embarked on his month-long residency in October 2013, unveiling a new piece of street art each and every day in one of the five boroughs. Still, Moukarbel was able to make a film about Banksy’s wild art spree by piecing together user-generated footage he found on the Internet. “HBO actually approached me about making the movie almost a month after he’d left town. So right from the beginning it was this archival project,” Moukarbel tells Co.Create. “It really was about uncovering a story that already taken place.”
This is a truly special print release to celebrate Robert Hilmersson’s solo show at Walton Fine Arts from the 13th to 29th of November. Produced from one of his best artworks, the printed edition of Thirst For Hirst is as playful and colourful as the original painting. Ideal for a wonderful gift!
13-29 NOVEMBER 2014
If you walked down Walton Street recently, you may have noticed two gorgeous murals “Mickey Mouse” and “Nightrider” outside our gallery, which were made by Robert Hilmersson.
We are now pleased to announce that his solo show which will take place at Walton Fine Arts from the 13th to the 29th of November.
- Bambi is a London-based, anonymous street artist regarded as the “female Banksy”
- Her fans include celebrities such as Kanye West, and her work sells for tens of thousands of dollars
- Some of her artworks are protected while others have been defaced with graffiti
- Her broker says Bambi is a Central St. Martins graduate in her mid 30s, but won’t reveal any more details
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An artist has caused a gold rush on a beach after apparently burying thousands of pounds worth of the precious metal there as part of an arts festival.
Michael Sailstorfer says he has hidden 30 bars of 24-carat gold, worth £10,000, under the sand of Outer Harbour beach in Folkestone, Kent.
People are being encouraged to search the beach after low tide – and can keep any gold that they find.
An expanding number of websites are now attracting young and first-time buyers and opening a new market for emerging talent.
The world wide web is frequently cast as the great enemy of traditional culture, undermining the music industry, the film industry and publishing. Yet one form of art has now found a way through – perhaps even a way to thrive – and provide careers for artists of the future. The visual arts are booming online.
We are pleased to invite you to our brand new Online Shop!
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