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July 16 at 8:14pm

The Most Famous Anonymous Artist Ever

By Ted Hope

Banksy maybe becoming a bit ubiquitous (okay say that ten-times-fast), but I definitely think he makes the world a better place. (See early post here).

WebUrbanist meanwhile keeps doing damn good curating on a daily basis.  They are definitely on my list: One-Hundred-Blogs-You-Must-Subscribe-To-Before-You-Die-List.  If I was president I would add two hours to each day just so I could surf through their site.  Yesterday they started an eight part series dedicated to the unknown man.  So if you were wondering, that’s why I was in such a smiley mood.

Today (07.22.08) WebUrbanist posted part two on the stencils of Banksy.

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  1. O. H. / Jul 16 at 8:14pm
  2. Mark / Jul 16 at 8:14pm

    I love banksy's artwork.

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