Art Buff hoodie


This Art Buff hoodie is a Banksy hoody featuring a stunning digital print of the street art piece Art Buff, created by Banksy in Folkestone in 2014, and in which an elderly spectator is viewing a piece of art which has been "buffed", presumably by the council, or maybe by "The Grey Ghost".

Originally misinterpreted by fans as being a comment on the supposed "invisible" art exhibition that turned out to be a spoof news story that originated on a news satire website, the piece was later confirmed to be a play on the word "buff", having been deliberately positioned over a patch of grey paint that had been used to cover up a piece of graffiti.

The wall containing the piece was carefully taken down in order to sell the piece at auction in Miami, but after failing to sell, the piece is rumoured to be returning to Folkestone (the latest news of the piece, as of March 2015).

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