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Banksy opens pop-up "store" in feud with greeting card company

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Guerrilla artist says he's launched the storefront exhibition in south London for the "least poetic reason"
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News video: Banksy opens homeware store after card company legal dispute

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Graffiti artist Banksy says he has been forced to open his own homeware store following a legal dispute involving a greeting cards company. The new store, called Gross Domestic Product, will span the windows of a former south London carpet shop and sell a range of "impractical and offensive"...

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