Turns out Banksy inspires more people than just hipsters and art snobs. Bridge Farm Primary, an elementary school in Bristol, England, recently named a school house after the infamously anonymous artist. And Banksy just returned the favor.
July 1st marks the start of the Gromit Unleashed charity art exhibition in Bristol. Eighty statues of Wallace & Gromit's beloved stop-motion pooch are appearing all over the city, each custom designed by a different artist.
The Watermarks Project, going on this week in Bristol, England, is using projectors in a pretty interesting way. Artists are superimposing plausible high-tide lines onto buildings, demonstrating life should the Greenland ice cap melt.