Lots of Internet lulz here in this short video wherein Web meme and viral superstar Keyboard Cat spoofs British street-art star Banksy and his Oscar-nominated documentary film “Exit Through the Gift Shop.” The feline mockumentary is titled “Exit Through the Pet Shop.”

Reports have been flooding in the past couple of weeks that anonymous U.K. artist and director Banksy allegedly put up at least five pieces of street art in Park City, Utah, while he was in town to screen and promote his documentary film at the annual Sundance FIlm Festival. TheContinue Reading

There’s been a lot of buzz the past week about Banksy, the anonymous and at times controversial street artist. His foray into documentary filmmaking Exit Through the Gift Shop got tons of press at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah. Now the venerable BBC reports that his movie will screenContinue Reading

Last weekend the new Banksy documentary film Exit Through the Gift Shop had its premiere screening at the Sundance Film Festival. The film features Banksy, Shepard Fairey, Invader and a host of others involved in the global street-art scene. The movie was inspired by — and is in part focusedContinue Reading

From a few years ago, a video of the infamous painted elephant at that big Banksy exhibition in LA. Banksy’s Elephant from boogah on Vimeo.

New York street art: And one more shot of the closed, covered-up store front for the recent Banksy “Pet Shop” exhibition in the West Village. More about the exhibition in this recent New York Times article. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Another shot of the closed, covered-up store front for the recent Banksy “Pet Shop” exhibition in the West Village. More about the exhibition in this recent New York Times article. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: The closed, covered-up store front for the recent Banksy “Pet Shop” exhibition in the West Village. More about the exhibition in this recent New York Times article. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Wider, contextual shot of the “There’s no such thing as good publicity” painting by Banksy on the side of a tenement building on Houston Street in SoHo. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: A slightly wider shot of the “There’s no such thing as good publicity” painting by Banksy on the side of a tenement building on Houston Street in SoHo. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Another medium shot of the “There’s no such thing as good publicity” painting by Banksy on the side of a tenement building on Houston Street in SoHo. The artwork is a cheeky comment on Fox News — note the Fox logo in the bottom-right corner ofContinue Reading

New York street art: Close-up shot of the “There’s no such thing as good publicity” painting by Banksy on the side of a tenement building on Houston Street in SoHo. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Detail of the Fox logo from the “There’s no such thing as good publicity” painting by Banksy on the side of a tenement building on Houston Street in SoHo. The artwork is in part a cheeky comment on Fox News. © Ivan Corsa Photo – StreetContinue Reading

New York street art: “There’s no such thing as good publicity” painting by Banksy on the side of a tenement building on Houston Street in SoHo. The artwork is a cheeky comment on Fox News — note the Fox logo in the bottom-right corner of the picture. The painting appearsContinue Reading

New York street art: “Let Them Eat Crack” by Banksy at another angle, this one looking north across Hester Street, west of Broadway. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images