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After a hugely successful exhibition in the Bristol Museum, which had up to 4,000 people a day queuing to view it, and is estimated to have pulled £10 million into the city (Banksy at The Bristol Museum: This is a Queuing Opportunity), one would think that he may have taken time out and rested on his laurels for a while.
Straight back onto the streets again to anonymously leave his mark, or more aptly perhaps, his social remarks.
The picture above recently (September 09) appeared on a wall in Croyden, Surrey.
Anyone who has bought a self assembly kit will know the frustration felt by the “punk”, trying to assemble his “Large Graffiti Slogan” kit. As one commentator said, these instructions were designed to “make grown men cry”.
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Why IEAK? It is my thought, that by reordering the letters into IEAK, the IKEA people are not getting any usable free advertising.