Mysterious artist confirms street art on England’s east coast – VG

Mysterious artist confirms street art on England’s east coast – VG

Banksy asserts that he stands behind the ten graffiti works on the east coast of England, as is the case here at Lowestoft. Photo: PA via AP/NTB

Anonymous street artist Banksy asserts that he created street art in various places on the east coast of England.


People flocked to see the street art that began appearing a week ago in various places in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Many assumed that the world-famous artist was behind the ten works, but Banksy himself was silent. Now confirms Instagram That art is real, he writes BBC News.

More designs: One of the images from Lowestoft. Photo: Justin Thales/AFP

On Sunday, a new model was discovered at Merrivale Model Village in Great Yarmouth. It was a simple stable signed by the name “Banksy”. The booth also had “Go big or go home” written on it.

PIMPER BUS STOP: It doesn’t seem boring anymore at this Great Yarmouth bus stop. Photo: Justin Thales/AFP

Since then, graffiti in the style typical of the anonymous artist has appeared elsewhere on the East Coast.

Earlier this year, Banksy’s “Game Changer” picture was sold out. Nearly 200 million NOK at auction, This is the highest number ever for a Banksy photograph.

The proceeds from the auction will go to the health service.

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