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The elusive artist has unleashed a new satirical graffiti work on the world… Plus check out his ironic theme park 'Dismaland' at Weston-super-Mare and take a look at his greatest works of art...
The instantly recognisable young girl from the classic musical Les Misérables appeared opposite the wall of the French embassy in London following reports CS gas was used to clear parts of the refugee camp in France. Picture: Twitter
The artist has created the artwork as a reminder that the legendary tech genius was the son of a Syrian migrant. Touche Banksy! Picture: Youtube
It's The Little Mermaid… but not as we know her! The world is turned upside down in Banksy's new 'bemusement park'.
It's definitely the opposite of happy-go-lucky Disneyland… and we don't fancy our chances against those seagulls!
Things look like they're going from bad to worse in Dismaland!
The new Banksy piece, his version of Johannes Vermeer's 'Girl with a Pearl Earring' has just appeared on a wall in Bristol Harbourside. Bristol is the gorilla's artist's hometown. Sadly this piece was defaced straight after but somebody who clearly didn't appreciate it! Picture: Splash
Banksy's vision of love in the era of modern technology is a striking image that's also in Bristol.
The artist's 'Concrete Confessional' was on display in New York as part of the exhibition 'Better Out Than In', cementing Banksy as one of the big artists of our time.
Another striking image by Banksy depicting a girl with a robot dog on a leash. Picture by: Anthony Devlin/PA Archive/Press Association Images
Banksy's tongue in cheek artwork references the film 'Falling Down' starring Michael Douglas, as a middle aged working man looking with contempt at a graffiti. Picture by: Anthony Devlin/PA Archive/Press Association Images
Banksy's brilliant at mixing the daily with the odd, as shown in this picture on a wall in Whitstable.
Banksy's men eavesdropping by the sides of a phonebox is smart and funny.
This artwork of a young girl letting go of a heart-shaped balloon is one of Banksy's most famous.
'Keep It Spotless' is Banksy's most expensive piece so far. It sold for a huge $1.9 million in 2008. Picture: Rex
Banksy spoofed 'Pulp Fiction' in 2002, replacing John Travolta and Samuel L Jackson's guns with bananas.
Banksy captures the spirit of peaceful protest with 'Rage, Flower Thrower'.
Banksy's graffiti art often becomes a tourist attraction upon discovery. The artist's pieces can be found all over the world.
Banksy pays tribute to Andy Warhol's iconic Marilyn Monore painting with 'Kate Moss'.
Like pop artists such as Andy Warhol, Banksy uses famous figures for imagery. His controversial portrait of Winston Churchill depicts the wartime Prime Minister as a punk with a grass mohican.
Banksy has had surprise installations on the walls of cities such as New York.
Banksy's 'Di Faced Tenners' paints the late, great Princess Diana as a literal 'national treasure'.
Pop culture is a big influence in Banksy's work. Here, he references 'The Planet Of The Apes'.
Banksy's 'Jay Zeavis' referenced Jay-Z's controversial headline slot at the 2008 Glastonbury Festival.
Banksy indicted the use of plastic bags with his 'Tesco Flags' piece on a London pharmacy in 2008.