Banksy uses Ukraine as a canvas

By November 19, 2022News, World News

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The anonymous British artist, Banksy, has released video footage of his artwork in Ukraine.
The works feature people doing daily tasks against war-torn buildings in Hostomel, Horenka and Borodyanka.
One includes a woman wearing a gas mask and carrying a fire extinguisher on the wall of a burnt out building.
The towns in which the artwork is featured were the worst hit at the start of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The footage also shows a man's hand creating the art – but in true Banksy style, his face is never shown.
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