A Twist in the Tale: Who is the real Banksy?

The real identity of Banksy has been a topic of discussion that has lasted ever since the Bristolian-based artist created ‘The Mild Mild West’ in 1997 to cover advertising of a former solicitors’ office on Stokes Croft in Bristol, with the curiosity being prevalent ever since. Many have suggested that Banksy is actually a group of artists operating under one name, but perhaps not?

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Ben Broyd

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I write about music, amongst other things. Hope you enjoy.

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