Bansky for TOX Pays Homage to a Fellow Street Artisan

By: Matt Ho - Published: Jun 24, 2011 • References: banksy & slamxhype
Recently Bansky has resurfaced with two of his works being made available to the public for sale. The English artist is back with a piece most are calling Bansky for TOX.

For those unaware, TOX is an artist who went against the British Transport Police's plan to get rid of graffiti with 'Operation Misfit.' He got arrested and is now facing street art-related charges. The piece some are calling Bansky for TOX was created by Banksy to show support. He's done a mural that depicts a child with a black bar over his eyes holding a bubble blower wand that spells out the artist's name in red. It's also worth noting that this is located in TOX's hometown of Camden. Hopefully the statement he's making will gather more supporters. Stats for Graffiti Artist Support Murals Trending: Older & Mild
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