30 Jul 2007 15:18
i saw them the other day but they look like a photoshop??
7 Aug 2007 10:48
is she carrying a prada bag by any chance?
10 Aug 2007 21:23
Are signed prints worth anything?
10 Aug 2007 21:24
if its banksy then yes they are, anything else i have no idea but i know homer bought one for 600quid and its now worth 3k+ over the space of a few mnths.
10 Aug 2007 21:28
Some are worth huge amounts , depending on how popular the artist is at the time . I dont think those Banksies are going to be a good long term investment - as much as I like some of his stuff .
Buy something because you love it not just because it might appreciate in value IMO
10 Aug 2007 21:32
Yeah but if he dies young. The price will sky rocket.
edit. I'm not interested in Banksy stuff, I think its funny because of its political satire but not something I would want to own.
10 Aug 2007 21:35
hahahah, he's not on my list (no noble locks).
10 Aug 2007 21:37
Temporarily maybe . Its well known that the art market has been spiralling out of control over the last few years , its going to implode sooner or later
10 Aug 2007 21:39
Is that the art market in general or the YBA market?
The YBA market is just completely stupid imo
11 Aug 2007 03:20
pollock didn't invent the drip technique, nor was he the first to use it in large scale compositions. as well this is not a drip painting. just his handstyles repeated throughout. you display a poor eye. there are no blots or splashes in this, neither do the lines make up webs or contain matrices.