Articles Tagged with: Bambi Brad Pitt

The Female Banksy?

URBAN NERDS – The Female Banksy?                        

Bambi is a female street artist growing in momentum. For over five years her reputation and work has been slowly building, her work gradually accumulating as creative stains on many a public building and wall in the Islington and Camden area of London. A London girl through and through, she was born and raised in Hoxton and is now based in Islington. Like Banksy she is a guerrilla artist: her identity is unknown. All that is known about her is that she is in her mid-thirties and is a graduate of the Central St Martins School of Art. On November 9th her first exhibition debuted at the Walton Fine Arts Gallery in London and has been extended due to popular demand. This is an immense milestone in her journey as an artist.

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Bambi’s Street Artist’s Hollywood Fan

Alone, but Brad’s no lonely art

Dear hunter … Brad Pitt buys graffiti works by new artist Bambi

By GORDON SMART, Showbiz Editor
Published: 22nd June 2012

BRAD Pitt is keeping himself busy while missus Angelina Jolie is off filming Sleeping Beauty flick Maleficent.

If he’s not browsing in motorbike shops, he’s buying art and visiting old pals in Birmingham.

The actor bought three pieces by new graffiti artist Bambi – whose work is similar to Banksy’s – after seeing examples in Time magazine.

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Bambi Kate and Will – A bit like Marmite


‘Kate and Will – A Bit Like Marmite’

The long awaited ‘Kate & Will – A Bit Like Marmite’ mural, made for this summer’s Royal wedding, is now available as an original stencil & spray paint on paper, as an edition of 25.



‘A Bit Like Marmite’

Original stencil &spray-paint on paper.  Hand signed & numbered in pencil from the edition of 25 plus proofs.

Size: 0.78 x 1.14m


‘A Bit Like Marmite’ street mural in Islington London made for the Royal couple Kate & Will’s Wedding.  An image of this street piece was taken unlawfully at the time by Getty Images & placed on Kate & Will’s site for the Wedding period, and also in the Telegraph newspaper on their wedding day.


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