Banksy Sold $225,000 Worth of Art at a Central Park Stall for $420

You missed it. On Saturday, Banksy set up a nondescript stall on the edge of Central Park, where he sold stencilled prints for $60 a pop. The monkey with a sign, the guy with the flowers, the rat with the smirk—all the classics were there. Too bad nobody wanted them. » 10/14/13 10:13am 10/14/13 10:13am

Here's the Second Hidden Piece In Banksy's "Secret" NYC Street Show

Banksy, the mysterious (er, kind of mysterious) British street artist who popularized stencils in the 2000s, is in New York this month to stage a 30-day exhibit that takes place entirely on the streets. His first piece, yesterday, has already been painted over. But we were able to locate today's feature, which is… » 10/02/13 3:00pm 10/02/13 3:00pm

So You Think You're a Thief? Just Try and Steal This $15,000 Banksy…

The video above is your only clue. Your mission, if you choose to accept it: find this signed and authenticated print of Banksy's "No Ball Games" within the next 30 days at one of the Art Series hotel chains—snatch it without getting nabbed and it's yours to keep. The piece is stashed somewhere in the Melbourne area and … » 12/13/11 11:20pm 12/13/11 11:20pm

Banksy-Locations for iPhone Shows You Where Banksy Art Is So You Can…

Thinking that Banksy is cool has become so mainstream that it's almost not cool anymore. But Banksy has never been more mysterious as his street art still magically manifests out of nowhere. And how many of his pieces have you seen? And where oh where can you even see them? This iPhone app tells you where. » 7/26/11 6:00pm 7/26/11 6:00pm

The Simpsons' Title Scene Secretly Created By Banksy

Just when I thought The Simpsons couldn't surprise me anymore, yesterday's 10/10/10 episode had the most acidic, in-your-face title scene I've ever seen on TV. Not surprisingly, it was storyboarded and directed by legendary graffiti artist Banksy. Update: Video back up. » 10/11/10 1:48am 10/11/10 1:48am

Glow In The Dark Graffiti Makes Street Art Rave-tastic

Every aspiring Banksy has run into the same problem at some point in time—he or she has defaced public property beautifully, but no one wandering the area at night can see it. With the power of design brand Suck UK's glow in the dark Graffiti, however, this quandary will affect the noble street artist no more. Now… » 4/05/08 10:00pm 4/05/08 10:00pm