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Catch Banksy!?

Some people out there seem to have to much spare time…Today I read about that new “Catch Banksy” project by Miguel Delarosa who urgently wants to find Robin Cunningham, a former student of Bristol Cathedral School, who – as some people believe – is Banksy

Download the sticker- or stencil-file. Print stickers and post ‘em all over the planet. Make stencils and spray with your blood! We will get him! Catch him if you can! Supporters could be: Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Christina Aguilera, King Robbo. (catchbanksy.com)

I have to say that I can’t understand what people think will happen when Banksy’s real life identity is revealed – his art lives on the myth of the untouchable street art genius – but I hope they will respect his privacy and personal rights…

Catch Banksy!?

Via blog.rebellen.info.

3 total comments on this postSubmit yours
  1. I just see this as yet another attempt to ride the Banksy wave..

  2. I am Banksy.

  3. Leave the poor guy alone. I was at skool with him. He’s a good bloke, and doesn’t need this shit. You’ve also got his name wrong you dumb fuck!! His art is some of the best, most original of our day. He will be rememered, no doubt of that. Glad to have known the fellow. Luv and respect. ;-)

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