Banksy’s Dismaland may be long gone, but it’s surely not forgotten.

A street art boom is embroiling the southwest English city of Weston-super-Mare, where the elusive British artist opened a pop-up “bemusement park” in a dilapidated wading pool composite on August 21 last year.

Dozens of pieces have appeared on structures across the town since the five-week-long exhibition ended last September and officials are now use the burgeoning incident as a fix to attract tourists.

“It’s grown so much since Dismaland, ’” said 39 -year-old creator JPS, who is behind many of the brand-new stencils. JPS is now the sole topic of his hometown’s brand-new officially endorsed street artistry route, are outlined below 😛 TAGEND

“There were very few bits before, ” he told The Huffington Post. “But now there are drives by different creators all over.”

With more beings coming from outside the sphere to decorate in the town, JPS’s 17-year-old protege Fawn told me that she shared in her mentor’s rosy assessment.

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