The Bristolian makes a Brexit-related statement in the painting titled 'Keep Ou', which now adorns the former EU customs gate.Read the full story ›
The piece, called 'Devolved Parliament', is going on display again to coincide with the original Brexit deadline of 29 March.Read the full story ›
One of the security guards working to protect the artwork told ITV Wales a number of attempts have been made to vandalise it.Read the full story ›
A perspex screen has been put up around the street artist's Banksy's latest artwork in the Taibach area of Port Talbot.Read the full story ›
The image, similar in appearance to the distinctive work of the artist, is painted on a wall in the town.Read the full story ›
Banksy is believed to have left a new stencil in Clevedon near where the anonymous artist grew up, however some mystery lays around it.Read the full story ›
Balloon Girl, one of anonymous Bristol grafitti artist Banksy's pieces has taken the title of most popular artwork in a national survey.Read the full story ›
Bristol's street artist Banksy has cancelled an offer of a free print to people who vote against the Conservatives in the General Election.Read the full story ›
Police have confirmed they are looking into the offer of a free Banksy print in exchange for voting a certain way.
The graffiti artist is offering voters free limited edition prints if they vote against the Conservative party.
The offer is only open to those living in six constituencies - Bristol North West, Bristol West, North Somerset, Thornbury, Kingswood and Filton.
But, following "a number of complaints" to police, Avon and Somerset have said they are now investigating.
It is a criminal offence for any voter to accept or agree to accept a gift or similar in return for voting, or refraining from voting.
Any person participating in an offer to receive a gift is at risk of being prosecuted.
The graffiti artist has told voters in some local constituencies they will get a free print if they vote against the Conservatives.Read the full story ›