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Banksy Locations and Tours Volume 2: A Collection of Graffiti Locations and Photographs from around the UK
This unique and unashamedly DIY book follows the runaway success of Banksy Locations and Tours Vol.1 by rounding up the rest of Banksy’s UK graffiti from the last five years. It includes over 100 different locations and 200 color photographs of Banksy’s street art; information, random facts, and idle chit-chat on each location; a full walking tour of his remaining work in Bristol, England; and snippets of graffiti by several other artists.
Visit the locations in-person, or get your slippers on and settle back for an open-top bus ride though some of Banksy’s best public work.
What People Are Saying
“Are you a big fan of Banksy and got no plans this summer? Then this is the perfect book for you. A no-nonsense travel guide to all his London locations."
- Waterstones on Volume 1
“Martin Bull charts the mysterious appearances—and sadly, sloppy destruction—of Banksy graffiti all over London, complete with maps and notes on the present condition of his works. Bull’s unpretentious style and dedication to graffiti art comes across in everything he writes.”
- London Sketchbook on Volume 1
Banksy, Britain's now-legendary "guerilla" street artist, has painted the walls, streets, and bridges of towns and cities throughout the world. Not only did he smuggle his pieces into four of New York City's major art museums, he's also "hung" his work at London's Tate Gallery and adorned Israel's West Bank barrier with satirical images. Banksy's identity remains unknown, but his work is unmistakable.
About Martin Bull
Martin Bull is a London-based photographer, fan, curator, and promoter of street art. Martin donates 10% of his royalties to organisations that help people improve their lives.
Published by PM Press in 2011