October 15, 2021

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Banksy noted that new works had appeared on the walls in England

Banksy noted that new works had appeared on the walls in England

Just a three minute clip, titled A great British spray, Refers to the artist’s summer journey traveling on paint spray in a tired motorhome, cooler.

Sipping a cocktail on a lounge chair, on the concrete buttress of an English beach, Banksy mixed his favorite rat with a rat.

Another work painted on the bench, refers to the Fun Fair machine clamp, which makes it a reward for the passengers seated or an expensive one to win.

A man poses with his dog near a new Banksy artifact on Gorleston-on-Sea off the east coast of England.

Photo: Getty Images / afp by Justin Talis

On top of the bulky dumpster, the artist appeared to be ready to dine on it.

Echoing the environmental crisis, the stencil painting shows three children, one of whom was bailed out with a bucket, resting on a green brick wall in a corrugated iron boat, the inscription We were all in the same boat (We are all in the same boat).

In the small town of Kings Lynn in the east of England, a banksy engineer, Frederick Savage, presents a statue, famous for its steam engines, to taste the ice cream cone and tongue.

On the roof of the bus shelter, he invites dancers and an accordion player, in a small house in the Merrivale Model Village, a reference Go big or go home.

People notice graffiti on the bus shelter.

People adore one of the last works of street artist Banksy in Great Yarmouth on the east coast of England.

Photo: Getty Images / afp by Justin Talis

In recent years, the contemporary Bristol artist has cleverly maintained his identity, articulating contemporary art circles for his iconic reasons (immigrants, anti-Brexit, condemning Islamists) and leading sales to auction.

In March, work honoring caregivers reached a record 20 million euros (approximately 30 million Canadian dollars), intended for the British Public Health Service.

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