Banksy does Thai Airways

Filed in All posts, Articles, In the News by on September 12, 2013


Following the news that a Thai Airways Airbus A330 suffered a slight mishap upon landing at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi airport this month and subsequently had its company logos ‘painted out’ in a well thought out attempt to protect the company image, the carriers are apparently about to make an important announcement. According to our sources the world renowned British graffiti artist known only under the pseudonym ‘Banksy’ is to be commissioned to redesign the Air fleet’s tail art.
Usually his stencil style of artwork features on streets, walls and bridges throughout the world and is created in the dead of night. So if you are living near Phuket International and hear hissing sounds at 2am do not worry it is not ‘Snakes on a Plane’ come true, simply the man himself hard at work with his trusty aerosol cans. In the past many of the Bristolian’s images have been stolen as he never actually sells any of his creations so do be careful before boarding your next Thai Air flight and check that all parts of the aircraft are intact.
Above this article you will see an artists impression of the impression we are expecting the artist to impress us with.
On a more serious note, if you have never seen any of Banksy’s work, check out his website, it is clever stuff!

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Jon relocated to Phuket in 2006 after having worked in UK advertising and graphic design for over 20 years. Diector of Finflix Graphic Design Studio in Chalong, Phuket he controls the Information Technology Department developing the CyanSiam brand websites, marketing strategies and printwork. He also tends to write gibberish due to his artistic temperament and advancing years but hopes you may enjoy some of his ramblings