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Banksy strikes again!  Artist confirms his originator of ‘spraycation’ works of art in British coastal towns


Written by George Engels, CNN

The UK hasn’t seen the sunniest summers, but that hasn’t stopped Banksy from popping into the seaside towns and leaving his mark.

In a video clip posted to Instagram, the enigmatic street artist confirmed he was responsible for several recently emerged works of art in British coastal communities.

A woman takes a photo of a stensil of a child digging in the sand, the subject of a graffiti bearing the features of the street artist Banksy on a wall in Lowestoft on the east coast of England on August 8 2021. Credit: Justin Tallis / AFP / Getty Images

The video titled “A Great British Spraycation” shows Banksy – his identity hidden, as usual – touring several cities in an aging cream-colored motorhome, armed with a cooler of paint cans. We see him briefly working on a few murals and adding some comedic touches to a statue.

One of the murals depicts a hermit crab guarding three empty shells, holding up a sign reading “Luxury Rentals Only” to three petitioning shellless crabs. In another mural near a beach, we see a rat relaxing in a lounge chair while raising a martini glass.

We can also hear a few passers-by.

“It sounds a lot like mindless vandalism,” says a woman after seeing a mural of a child handling a crowbar with a sandcastle in front of them.

Banksy strikes again!  Artist confirms his originator of ‘spraycation’ works of art in British coastal towns

Street art that appeared on a wall in Nicholas Everitt Park, a new work by street artist Banksy, in Lowestoft, England on Saturday August 7, 2021. Credit: DAD

Earlier this year, Banksy’s painting “Game Changer” honoring British healthcare workers set a record for the artist, selling for $ 23.1 million at Christie’s in London.

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