Banksy Tells Followers to Steal From GUESS After Unauthorized Line

Banksy believes GUESS lifted his paintings for its new clothes line, so he’s encouraging his followers to steal the garments proper again.

The nameless artist posted concerning the vogue firm on November 18th with the message, “Consideration all shoplifters. Please go to GUESS on Regent Avenue. They’ve helped themselves to my paintings with out asking, how can or not it’s mistaken so that you can do the identical to their garments?”

Banksy’s publish features a photograph of GUESS’ London store, which encompasses a window show of t-shirts and jackets adorned with the artist’s Thug for Life bunny. Behind the garments is a blown up print of Banksy’s well-known depiction of a person throwing flowers.

Based on the BBC, the gathering was created in collaboration with Brandalised, an organization with a license to promote Banksy’s work to followers, so it seems GUESS’ transfer was authorized. When the corporate debuted the clothes line earlier this month, CCO Paul Marciano mentioned, “The graffiti of Bansky has had an outstanding affect that resonates all through fashionable tradition. This new capsule assortment with Brandalised is a means for vogue to indicate its gratitude.”

Nonetheless, after Banksy’s publish, the London store closed down, lined its window show of the gathering, and employed safety to protect the doorway.