At Home with Banksy Explores the Everyday Life of the Graffiti Guru

 - Jul 14, 2011
References: frank151 & hypebeast
The street artist has become a worldwide phenomenon while staying elusive, but the At Home with Banksy series reveals what could possibly be his most personal moments. Or at least what they would look like based on the little information known of him.

Julia Kim Smith, an artist based in Baltimore, uses this series to "what it would be like to unexpectedly receive the temperamental British icon as a houseguest," according to Hypebeast.

At Home with Banksy is a humorous series that explores sides of the artist you never thought possible.

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