Liffey Street, Dublin.
No-yokes is his kryptonite.
Thanks Barry H
Katy Milligan writes:
“Amazing overnight addition to the Nassau St gate! Anyone know more?”
Thanks Katy Milligan
“I’ve decided I’ve reached a point where it’s time to start fresh. So I’ve decided to clear out the archives of all previous works.
“Everything has gone on sale on my site store for the next 5 days. After that it’s will be destroyed and I’ll start on a fresh body of work for an exhibition in September.”
Well the artist Shota Kotake, from Japan, has taken it down.
The On The Batter blog reports:
“The figures were not stolen, as some had predicted, but taken down by the artist himself after a visit from the boys in blue.
“Shota explained: ‘We took them down as gardaí called into our house last week about it. A night before that a neighbour knocked on our door at 11pm to complain about it. Well, the cops were quite sound. They said there was more than one complaint. So it’s not really against any law or anything, but we all agreed that they have to be taken down at some stage as Travellers are a bit too sensitive a subject to bring upon the surface.’”
He also told On The Batter that he’ll be back with something ‘brighter and more fun’.
Previously: A Sign For Travellers
At this point, if Banksy farted in a bottle, it would sell for a lot [...] Hundreds raced to swarm around his NYC pieces every day all this month. But 10 years ago in May of 2003, Banksy’s first New York art exhibit was a small and humbly-attended affair in the expanded space of a Triple Five Soul retail store on Lafayette.
Name that street artist anyone?
Thanks Fiona Sherlock