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Monday, 28 February 2011

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Space Invader Attended the Oscars Too

A priceless piece of Art found in an unusual place has proven that Banksy definitely attended last night's Oscars ceremony.

It was found on the wall of a loo cubicle and it said simply, "Banksy was Here". Experts have said that it definitely looked as if the small piece of arty writing was painted with a Bristolian accent, hence proving that Banksy was definitely there.

Evidence that Other street Artists also attended the show was left dotted around the oscars venue building.

Roa painted one of his trademark sleepy animal pile ups underneath a table. Slinkachu managed to get one of his tiny people installations pictured on the actual podium where the awards were handed out to the stars.

Space Invader didn't actually enter the building but he left one of his pacmen on the red carpet for everyone to see.

But the overwhelming winner in the "sneaky insertion of street art into the awards ceremony competition" was the highly gifted Alice Pasquini. She left one of her beautiful haunting faces on the ceiling without being caught once by a security guard or CCTV. How did she do it? Only a genius in the art of street art could have achieved such a thing. Well done Alice Pasquini. Only God knows how she did it...and he probably knows who Banksy is too.

By Katarina Frogpond.

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