Street Art In The Woods- Not By Bansky

 

 

It seems that anytime someone finds a strange piece of art out in public the first thing they think is that Banksy was the culprit. This seemed to be the case when three strange and mystical wood carvings popped up in the woods of Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, UK. Carved into tree stumps these weren’t amateur carvings by stoned teenagers partying in the woods. With ornate details and precise craftsmanship any wood smith would be proud to call these their own. The Daily Mail caused an uproar stating that the pieces were carved by everyone’s favorite street art mystery man Banksy. However after some investigation by the BBC it was revealed that that the work was done by Tommy Craggs, who was commissioned by the person who owns the land that the sculptures were found on. Not sure why the Daily Mail didn’t start with checking who owned the land before going Bansky crazy but who’s got time to fact check when you could be selling some papers with phony headlines.  Read More >

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Stuart Murdoch’s Tank Made Out of 5,000 Egg Cartons

According to the Daily Mail artist Stuart Murdoch created a massive tank out of 5,000 empty egg cartons, 26 litres of glue, 10,100 nails, 15 litres of paint, 80 square metres of steel and 5,013 staples. The piece took over 512 hours to build and was made to raise money for Help For Heroes which helps wounded British servicemen and women returning from conflict. More images of the tank after the jump.

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