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Banksy didn’t draw ‘Naked Lady with Big Bosoms’


A piece of street art thought to have been created by the famous Banksy, was not in fact the work of the cult street artist according to experts from Sotheby’s.

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Posted: Mar 23rd, 2014
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Visitors still trapped in MC Escher exhibition

visitors can't quite put it into perspectiveEmergency services have been called to Tate Modern after a number of visitors were unable to escape from a retrospective of the artist MC Escher.

‘I have been up and down these stairs for three days now,’ complained one man, ‘but I always seem to end up where I began.’

Another visitor is believed to be lost within an infinite loop of hyperbolic tessellations, while a family of three is currently being held hostage by a pair of self-drawing hands.

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Posted: Mar 21st, 2014
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New Banksy artwork found painted onto David Beckham’s bum

GoldenballsArt experts are said to be ‘hugely excited’ after new adverts for clothing chain H&M revealed a new work by the reclusive artist Banksy, sprayed onto David Beckham’s arse without his knowledge in a withering critique of celebrity underwear endorsements.

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Posted: Feb 14th, 2012
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Car traditionalists mourn as the last original Citroen Saxo gets pimped

Traditionalists were mourning the end of an era yesterday, as it was announced that there are now no Citroen Saxos remaining in their original condition. The last one was recently bought by Darren ‘Daz’ Smith of Wakefield and now has a 1000 watt bridgable amp, speakers where the boot used to be. It has also been lowered, fitted with 18 inch wheels, a wide bore exhaust, electric blue and yellow respray and most disturbingly a pair of fluffy dice has been installed.

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Posted: Dec 19th, 2011
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Picasso’s ‘Weeping Woman’ revealed as ‘unfortunate Cubism sufferer’

‘The unpleasant condition manifested itself in acute angular deformities of the face and body,’ said art critic Brian Sewell.

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Posted: Jul 10th, 2011
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