February 21, 2018


Graffiti art is by definition a defiance of the law, and Britain's Banksy has made a brilliant career of painting and stencilling in places you are not supposed to. Part of his sucess is his ability to evade capture – a trial would presumably blow his famed anonymity. Yet the works that were once erased by angry councils and property owner's are now regarded as precious treasures to be preserved, or broken off the building and sold.

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