Banksy’s latest offering is a portrait of Apple founder Steve Jobs,it can be found sprayed on a bridge in the ‘Jungle’ refugee campRead the full story ›
Banksy has left behind a piece of art as a gift to Weston-super-Mare after the Dismaland exhibition in the summer.Read the full story ›
ITV News has exclusively been told that the Bristol artist Banksy who brought the crowds to Weston-super-Mare this summer for his Dismaland exhibition is leaving a piece of it behind.
Dismaland was a huge success this summer and the artist plans to leave a lasting legacy at the former Tropicana centre. The huge pinwheel will soon be put back up - complete with sand!
A graffiti artist from Weston-super-Mare who struggled with drug and alcohol addiction says Banksy saved his life.
JPS was living on the streets of his home town when he decided to visit a Bansky exhibition in Bristol. It helped him uncover his own artistic talent and turn his life around.
More on his amazing story in our main programme from 6pm tonight.
A print of a girl holding a balloon by Bristol artist Banksy has sold for £56,250 - twice the expected price and more than a Picasso.Read the full story ›
Work has started to dismantle the most successful one-off attraction in Weston-super-Mare's history.Read the full story ›
The star of American comedy series "How I met Your Mother" dropped into Dismaland just before it closed.
Neil Patrick Harris, who first came to fame as "Doogie Howser" was visiting with his husband David Burtka (on the left in the picture).
The star described the work as "One of the amazing Banksy pieces at Dismaland in Somerset, England".
And "One of the reasons David and I aren't into gulls".
One of the reasons David and I aren't into gulls. #Banksy
After weeks, and hundreds of thousands of extra visitors to Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset Council has thanked Banksy's Dismaland for its contribution.
Banksy revealed all the timber and fixtures from his so-called Bemusement Park will be sent to the camp which is home to thousands.Read the full story ›
Ahead of it's closure this evening (Sun 10pm) an announcement on the Dismaland website has declared that all timber and fixtures will be sent to the refugee camp near Calais to build shelters.
After 5 weeks, the exhibition in Weston will close it's doors for the final time. Around 150 thousand people have visited the site at the Tropicana.
All the timber and fixtures from Dismaland are being sent to the ‘jungle’ refugee camp near Calais to build shelters. No online tickets will be available.