The reclusive artist has recently tagged works in Great Yarmouth, Gorleston and beyond.
The famed street artist’s trademark, filed in 2018, has been “declared invalid in its entirety” according to reports.
The $9.9 million hammer price blew past pre-sale estimates.
The elusive artist’s longtime collaborator reveals his trove of never before seen photographs documenting the duo’s 11-year partnership.
Andy Link says ‘The Drinker’ went missing from his garden in 2006.
It’s the highest price ever paid on the Discogs marketplace.
The artist set up Gross Domestic Product in order to “assert” the trademark to his name and artwork.
Street artists dominated the otherwise unremarkable contemporary art evening sale in London.