Dismaland, a theme park designed by an anonymous artist is to close its doors permanently. The theme park notoriously known as Bemusement Park is a satirical view of existing theme parks around the world. It was designed by an anonymous artist in Weston-super-Mare, England. Today the website of the park announced that, its structures are to be dismantled permanently and to be donated to a refugee camp located in Calais, Paris.
The park sold all the tickets for every single day of its five week run. The park offers a planned gloomy perspective and includes exhibits like a dead Cinderella, graffiti on its walls and figurines representing gory deaths. The name of the park Dismaland is supposed to be a parody of the ever popular family theme park Disneyland. But, Bansky the anonymous UK graffiti artist behind this project refutes that claim. He claims that the park is for people who want to experience an art exhibition without having to venture into an art gallery.
The park sold tickets for around 20 million Euros, which is to be contributed to fund the refugee crisis rampant in Europe. Also now, the announcement further adds to the contribution of the park to the refugee crisis.