Work No. 717; AIDNI – Still Backward after all these Years

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Still Backward after all these Years
  c. Michael St.Mark 2014

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New India domestic violence figures ( 2013 reported incidents only, actual incidences likely to be far  higher )

London Dada’s response to disturbing stats continuing to come out of India, the supposed home of spirituality, lol
This, after
4000 years of reading Bhagavad Gita and daily temple worship.

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London Dada Work No. 716: This Green & Pleasant Land II

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This Green and Pleasant Land II
c. Michael St.Mark 2014

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Second in the series. Linkback to v. 1
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Banksy Unmasked

Banksy spotted photographing graffiti ( a favorite pastime, looking at his website ) in Spitalfields, summer 2014. Comparing his height with the old trade door and most likely his car in the image ( Stanmore plate ) , we estimate Banksy to come in at a good few inches over the 6ft mark in New Balance trainers. He’s certainly a tall guy.

Context
August 3rd 2014, Wilkes Street London E1.  An early Sunday morning chance encounter with two men, both noticeably avoiding attention in this deserted street, turning their backs as they were approached. One of them, stepping out in front of a blue Pugeot hatchback sports to cover the full reg number on sight of the camera being pointed, was attending to a pro tripod & camera; procuring photos of Dale Marshall-like graffiti and sundry adulterated posters adorning a dilapidated commercial twin door. On viewing the 4 images we captured of this individual it became clear by the identical features and proportions to those of the person reliably claimed to be *Robin Gunningham / Banksy by the Daily Mail in 2008 ( see below ) , that this indeed is Banksy himself

In addition to the overall features in this picture both proportionally and specifically matching the famous Jamaican image of Gunningham from 2004, featured reversed in the Daily Mail in 2008, short moustache ( concealing a childhood lip surgery scar ) below a distinctive Punch & Judy chin, aquiline nose, high forehead with hairline interrupted by a widow’s peak, all being pretty much dead ringer giveaways.

Analysis

The dyed silver hair & blotchy white make up-powdered stubble smear being an obvious attempt at c. +25yrs age disguise. Who else on the planet would make this big an effort to mask their appearance when out in public working around street graffiti?

* If Robin Gunningham, ex public schoolboy from Bristol, for whom there’s pretty indisputable evidence of being a real person is not Banksy, then why is he not listed on any public records, the Electoral Register, nor come forward after seeing his name plastered all over the ‘net to make clear he’s not the man?
Think about it…

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Click to enlarge The Real Banksy

(c) Art Axis / London Dada 2014

* Available in a signed limited edition of 10 only; we believe the only available contemporary image of the artist.

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“I had Banksy & his minder by the photo /video balls that morning – and, respecting their space, let the poor scared buggers go” – AA

  



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The subject of Banksy’s royal interest ( above)  & ( R ) post to his Twitter account

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Work No. 715: Money is a Frantic Language II

Money is a frantic language

c. Michael St.Mark 2014

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Bank customer convenience desk used for writing sundry credit/debit/cash/cheque paper transactions over several years.
(Multi-stage digital enhancement, hand-finished in acrylic each edition).

(Latest in our unconscious public art series, exploring abstractions produced by accumulation of human interactions with the urban environment over time.)

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Signed limited edition of 25 Lightjet prints onto Ilford Pearl, individually hand touch-finished.
25″ W x 19″ H ( unframed )
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Origin of Derivation

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Related Work; 585; Cashpoint blues / Withdrawal Symptoms/ Money is a Frantic Language from 2012; cashpoint touch screen in high summer.

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Money is a Frantic Language 1 / Cashpoint Blues

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Work No. 714: Chihuahua Matador – bullfight in the park.

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Chihuahua Matador – bullfight in the park
c. Art Axis 2014

Four-tone graffiti roller brush graffiti overpaint by Art Axis.
Golders Hill Park NW3


Riddle you this; who’s the mega famous yet totally unknown graffiti artist behind the camera?
– and at this very moment working on a new disguise.

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.. to be continued..

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Work No. 713: Old Street Beautification Project


Old Street Beautification Project
c. Michael St.Mark ( after Steve Jones ) 2014

Drill & anglegrind tarmac demarkation points for future workforce guidance – an arcane language and an intriguing new art form is born.
Translation anyone?