Street artist: Banksy is committed to works on the English North Sea coast

Street artist: Banksy is committed to works on the English North Sea coast

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Street artist: Banksy is committed to works on the English North Sea coast

D.he mysterious British street artist Banksy has made a name for himself in a number of recently exposed works on the English North Sea coast. In the past few days, murals matching the artist’s style had popped up in cities like Great Yarmouth, Gorleston and Cromer. These included a couple dancing over a bus stop, a young boy building sandcastles, and a number of hermit crabs.

Some of the graffiti also show slogans that are critical of capitalism. For example, a crab with a shell holds up a sign that reads “Luxury Rentals Only”. Another work of art says: “We’re all in the same boat”.

The artist finally put an end to speculation about her origins on Friday evening when he was a Video on his Instagram presence published. It shows an unidentifiable person driving the caravan from place to place. The title of the video is “A Great British Spraycation” – a play on words from Staycation (vacation at home) and Spray (spraying) – Banksy’s preferred working method. Sometimes you can also observe how the works of art are created.

The English North Sea coast was once a popular holiday destination for many Britons, but has been economically behind for decades.

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