We all had a good laugh when Banksy created Dismaland, a tongue-in-cheek take on theme park tropes. But now the British street artist’s most ambitious piece is being used for good. As reported by Mashable, now that the art has had its day, it will be transitioned into a shelter to help those refugees currently living in France. Who says satire can’t serve the greater good?
Laura Studarus is a staff writer at RELEVANT. She likes catsup and pie. Now there's nothing left to discuss on the second date. Follow her on Twitter @Laura_Studarus.