Banksy Fan Parodies Banksy Art To Criticize Awful Street Art Profiteering Group

April 30, 2014 | Bucky Turco

Sincura Group, the London-based firm that helps facilitate the removal and sale of Banksy’s outdoor work and claims to solely do it for goodwill and charity is universally hated by fans of the British street artist. Recently, they mounted an ironically-named exhibition featuring several cutout walls, once again rising the ire of the artist’s supporters. To highlight the group’s terribleness, @Gonefellow, a member of an internet forum devoted to all things Banksy, responded via the above illustration. It’s a parody of the “Sirens of the Lambs” image that the artist posted on his site few days ago, but instead of the driver taking the caged animals to a slaughter house, he’s taking the works to the art world equivalent. (Illustration: @Gonefellow)