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While you discovered his latest mural earlier today, Banksy also worked and produced several installations for the opening of “Dismaland Bemusement Park” in Weston-Super-Mare, UK.
Banksy described the show as a “family theme park unsuitable for children” and that it “offers an escape from mindless escapism”.
The elusive British artist created some mind-boggling works such as a killer whale jumping out of a loo, cinderella’s crashed carried surrounded by paparazzis and much more. He said many of the works require an “audience participation”:

“A dead princess is only complete when surrounded by gawping crowds with their cameras out, or the opportunity to photograph yourself pulling an amazed expression when a killer whale leaps from a toilet,” –Banksy

Dismaland opens to the general public Saturday, August 22nd and runs until September 27th, from 11AM to 11PM. Entry is £3 and 4,000 people will be allowed in each day, split half and half into two sessions, 11 – 6 and 7 – 11. 
Hit the jump to discover the other installations and check back with us soon for more updates from Banksy’s theme park.

While you discovered his latest mural earlier today, Banksy also worked and produced several installations for the opening of "Dismaland Bemusement Park" in Weston-Super-Mare, UK.

Images by Sal, Christopher Jobson and Yui Mok

Rom Levy

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