Bangkok's Banksy is a Headache for Thai junta
Masked Thai graffiti artist Headache is pushing boundaries on the streets of Bangkok, where freedom of expression is limited and criticism of the government can land you in jail. Often compared to British graffiti artist Banksy, who recently shredded one of his paintings at an auction, Headache’s stenciled spray paintings often take aim at Thailand’s royal family and its ruling military junta.
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