Famous artwork by Banksy, the acclaimed anonymous British street artist, has been given a coronavirus-themed make-over amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the media reported.
New artwork by Banksy, has appeared at a hospital in the UK which shows a young boy kneeling by a wastepaper basket with discarded Spiderman and Batman model figures in favour of a new favourite action hero - an NHS nurse.
Anonymous British street artist Banksy, who is active since the 1990s, has now released his newest piece of artwork. A mural of a sneezing woman by the British street artist appeared on a house at the end of what is said to be England's steepest street in the city of Bristol.
Displaying Jordan's rich culture and artistic background, a few Jordanian unite to take people on a tour of the region's underground art world.
The graffiti, which appeared in Nottingham, UK, shows a young girl hula-hooping with the wheel of a bicycle, next to a real bike that is a missing a back wheel. An onlooker said the anonymous street artist ‘winked’ at him when he asked who he was.
A French artist known for massive works of graffiti on grass best seen from the air presented his latest piece in Istanbul’s Turkey.
Thousands of prints by popular London street artist STIK that he wanted to give to his local community as a gesture of solidarity during the COVID crisis have been stolen, the Metropolitan Police said on Tuesday.
The hoofed mammal is believed to have lost its way from its natural habitat and landed on the road.
One of the vehicles performed doughnuts at high speed, endangering the lives of others.