This West Country Graffiti Artist Is Puntacularly Brilliant

Like Banksy but with lols.

JPS was born and bred in Weston-Super-Mare.

He cites M.C. Escher, Salvador Dali, Paul Cezanne, Leonardo DaVinci and Cartoon Art as formative influences.

He’s told Street Art United States: “I got into street art properly just over 4 years ago, I was a tagger before that, which wasn’t looked at in a street art sense, but was more a territorial thing.”

Now his work is highly respected. And what really marks him out is his use of puns. Some are just funny.

Others carry a more serious message.

This one’s called “NHS cuts”.

“Right to bear arms”

You can buy stuff from his online store here.

And if you’re not following him on Instagram or Facebook or Twitter you need better life advice.

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