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‘Season Greetings’ by Banksy will move from Wales

The mural will be dismissed from Wales and brought to a safe location after “fanatics” tries to vandalise the artwork, as the owner mentioned.

Banksy's Seasons Greetings

Banksy, a world-renowned street artist made a mural titled Season’s Greeting on December 19. 2018. It appeared on the outside of a steelworker’s private garage in Taibach, Port Talbot.

‘Season Greetings’ by Banksy will move from Wales

The mural will be dismissed from Wales and brought to a safe location after “fanatics” tries to vandalise the artwork, as the owner mentioned.

Season’s Greetings portrays a message about the effect of pollution on communities.

Banksy’s mural’s owner before

John Bandler bought the mural and approved to maintain the piece in the south Wales town for three years. After that, the Welsh Government paid it and moved to an unoccupied shop in Ty’r Orsaf so the public can enjoy it.

Lastly, the mural will be carted to a temporary warehouse facility on Monday. It should be done before being loaned to a cultural institution. The mural will be placed on exhibition to the public, while its long-term future is guaranteed.

People in the future can enjoy Banksy’s

Mr Brandler stated, “We’re moving Season’s Greetings to maintain it for future generations, where it can be seen and enjoyed, but not vandalised.

The mock Christmas scene was created using stencils and spray paint. It contains a dumpster fire next to a kid with a sledge who is attempting to grab falling snow on their tongue.

The snow is black dust, a by-product of steel production. It came from the town’s steelworks and something that dropped laboriously in the summer of 2018.

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