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Speaking exclusively to The Daily Star about the launch of his new creative collaboration with easyJet named AirCraft, Neil talked about inspiring the next generation of artists while throwing out some fun facts you may not know about Art Attack. If you have any questions please get in touch and we'll try to get back to you as quick as possible.
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Art Attack always insisted that it was “the big art show” and the idea was to “give your eyeballs a shock”, doing creative and fun things with a wide variety of material. While Neil did not make a Big Art Attack on the day, he revealed that he is hoping to bring back the Art Attack gallery to display the work that children create on board their flights. The rumour began to circulate in early September when a Twitter user suggested it was “rumoured” that Buchanan was in fact the person behind the artworks. It starts with Neil squirting some red blobs of paint on to a piece of paper accompanied by some gunshot sound effects.
I decided to watch this as I was interested in how it all started and I presumed it would be very familiar to the version that started on CITV in 1990. The head looks particularly similar to early incarnations of 'The Head', from back in the days when he was played by a bloke with his face painted grey. Pointing out the star's love of making 'big art' outside, where arial shots would capture Neil making scenes from a variety of materials and objects, one fan wrote: "Neil Buchanan WAS known for his big outdoor pieces utilising multimedia props and items to craft uncanny replicas.