Whether it’s opening stores to spite large brands, shredding his own works or defacing currency, everything Banksy does is talked about, newsworthy and on display. The one thing that remains a closely guarded secret is the artist’s identity, but that could change with his former manager / driver / dealer / photographer’s book Banksy Captured. Steve Lazarides, who was by Banksy’s side for over a decade during his rise to infamy, has complied 250 pages of never before seen photographs that go behind-the-scenes into the world of the mysterious artist. Banksy Captured is being self-published and distributed by Lazarides in December with a price tag of $32. If you’re lucky enough to be one of the first 50 people to pick up the book, you’ll also get one of Banksy’s Di-Faced-Tenner, the fake £10 bill with Princess Diana’s face. If you’re even luckier, you’ll get the single golden Di-Faced Tenner that will get you one of the rare Bomb Middle England screenprints.