For the last few weeks, street art icon Banksy's theme-park parody Dismaland has lured thousands from across the world to the small English seaside town of Weston-super-mare (you can read our review here). But now you don't need to travel so far west to get a slice of the Dismaland experience – if you're quick.
In the last 24 hours, more than 300 posters by guerrilla artists featured at Dismaland have appeared across the capital's train carriages and bus stops to mark the first day of the DSEI Arms Fair at the ExCel Centre in London Docklands.
A group called 'Special Patrols Group' have been using their own 'Ad Space Hack Packs' to open the poster casings and switch out adverts for their parody posters. The group have sold over 2,000 of these tool packs at Dismaland.
A spokesperson for Transport for London told London 24: "This is not an authorised advert. It is fly-posting and therefore an act of vandalism which we take extremely seriously. We have instructed our contractor to remove any found on our network."
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