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Just a few days after the removal of Banksy’s “Love Plane” in Liverpool by the infamous Sincura Group, artist Gonefellow is set to release a screenprint this coming Tuesday questioning these activities. The print, entitled “Graffiti Truck The Parody”, uses Banksy’s “Siren Of The Lambs” truck (covered) to cleverly draw attention to the debate whether or not street works should end up in the hands of private collectors, in a museum or for sale.

Gonefellow "Graffiti Truck The Parody" Limited Edition Print Release

“Graffiti Truck The Parody” is a 16 color serigraph print, measures 18″ x 24″ (45 x 60 cm) and is an edition of 75. Each print is stamped, numbered and signed by the artist, and comes with a unique COA. They are printed by Modern Multiples LA, which also printed Banksy’s LA prints.

Available Tuesday 20th of September 2016 at Castle Gallery’s website for £195 each.

Gonefellow "Graffiti Truck The Parody" Limited Edition Print Release Gonefellow "Graffiti Truck The Parody" Limited Edition Print Release
Emile Haffmans

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Emile is mainly the programmer of StreetArtNews, but is known to post something every once in a while. Based in Frankfurt, Germany and constantly working on several street art related projects.