Really excellent. What I have been wondering for a while (and by 'for a while' I mean 'for the last 15 seconds') is: is Banksy a person or a group? Sounds like too much work/ resources to be pulled out by just one guy. Or, better yet, is he a group or a shared but not necessarrilly connected identity, like Luther Blisset? Because the series of stunts as described in that article sounds like it's a Luther Blisset type of osmotic identity...
well, Banksy is an individual, he started as a graffiti artist. But considering the ambitious projects he has, he sure does have a team to work on. A close team too, as he has to stay anonymous and none of the upcoming "stunts" should leak...
Fun stuff, but it doesn't really criticize Disney, it's more his view on 9-11 celebration here in the States.
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This talk of disneyland reminds me of an Australian, John Safran, who filmed himself for a TV show here in the late 90's showing how to break in to Disneyland. He then filmed himslef putting a sign up in the disney museum under a picture of Walt Disney that read 'Walt Disney, a renowned anti-semite, attended meetings of the American Nazi Party'. I don't know how long this sign remained until being noticed.
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