Banksy

Banksy

Available Art by Banksy

Banksy - Luxury Loft

Luxury Loft – Banksy

No Ball Games (Green) by Banksy

No Ball Games (Green)

Jack - Jill - Banksy

Jack & Jill – Banksy

About Banksy

BanksyAn enigma in every sense of the word, Banksy remains anonymous 20 years into his career. He is perhaps the most controversial and thrilling street artist to arrive on the scene. His art is unmistakably controversial with his ability to use art to convey satirical and pictorial messages that cross the boundaries into philosophy, art, sociology, politics humor and even narcissism. His work has appeared worldwide, including America, France and Israel.

All Available Art

Banksy - Luxury Loft

Luxury Loft – Banksy

No Ball Games (Green) by Banksy

No Ball Games (Green)

Jack - Jill - Banksy

Jack & Jill – Banksy

Choose Your Weapon - About the work

Choose Your Weapon – Banksy

Flying Copper - Banksy

Flying Copper – Banksy

Di-Faced Tenner - Banksy

Di-Faced Tenner – Banksy

Girl with Balloon - Banksy

Girl With Balloon – Banksy

Di Faced Tenner (AP) - Banksy

Di Faced Tenner (AP) – Banksy

Happy Choppers - Banksy

Happy Choppers – Banksy

Jack and Jill - Banksy

Jack and Jill – Banksy

CND - Banksy

CND – Banksy

Grin Reaper - Banksy

Grin Reaper – Banksy

Pulp Fiction - Banksy

Pulp Fiction – Banksy

No Ball Games (Grey) - Banksy

No Ball Games (Grey) – Banksy

Trolleys (colour) - Banksy

Trolleys (Color) – Banksy

Welcome to Hell (pink) - Banksy

Welcome to Hell (Pink) – Banksy

Donuts (Strawberry) - Banksy

Donuts (Strawberry) – Banksy

Donuts (chocolate) - Banksy

Donuts (Chocolate) – Banksy

Sale Ends v2 - Banksy

Sale Ends v2 – Banksy

Trolleys (B&W) - Banksy

Trolleys (B&W) – Banksy

Choose your Weapon (QJG) - Banksy

Choose your Weapon (QJG) – Banksy

Choose your Weapon (Slate) - Banksy

Choose your Weapon (Slate) – Banksy

Every Little Helps - Banksy

Every Little Helps – Banksy

Nola (white) - Banksy

Nola (white) – Banksy

Laugh Now - Banksy

Laugh Now – Banksy

Grannies POW edition - Banksy

Grannies (POW Edition) – Banksy

Nola (Orange Rain) - Banksy

Nola (Orange Rain) – Banksy

Destroy Capitalism - Banksy

Destroy Capitalism – Banksy

Morons (white) - Banksy

Morons (white) – Banksy

Flags - Banksy

Flags – Banksy

Toxic Mary - Banksy

Toxic Mary – Banksy

Applause - Banksy

Applause – Banksy

Soup Can - Banksy

Soup Can – Banksy

Queen Vic - Banksy

Queen Vic – Banksy

HMV - Banksy

HMV – Banksy

Because I’m Worthless (Red) - Banksy

Because I’m Worthless (Red) – Banksy

Love is in the air - Banksy

Love Is In The Air – Banksy

Barcode - Banksy

Barcode – Banksy

Golf Sale - Banksy

Golf Sale – Banksy

Love Rat - Banksy

Love Rat – Banksy

Get Out while you can (Pink) - Banksy

Get Out While You Can (Pink) – Banksy

No Ball Games - Banksy

No Ball Games – Banksy

Jack & Jill - Banksy

Jack & Jill – Banksy

BanksyAn enigma in every sense of the word, Banksy remains anonymous 20 years into his career. He is perhaps the most controversial and thrilling street artist to arrive on the scene. His art is unmistakably controversial with his ability to use art to convey satirical and pictorial messages that cross the boundaries into philosophy, art, sociology, politics humor and even narcissism. His work has appeared worldwide, including America, France and Israel.

Banksy is considered as the godfather to a new shift in the pop art movement originating from the streets. He has used his art to build a foundation supported by his peers to spread bold statements through his artwork, accessible to everyone.

The inspirations Banksy lists have been a source of controversy; with the artist stating he is inspired by the 3D of the UK band Massive Attack, while others citing similarities to Black le Rat, another French graffiti artist.

Banksy was associated with a gang in Bristol compromised of underground street artists in the early 90’s called DryBeadz Crew (DBZ). It was there he partnered with other street artists including Inkie, who he is known to collaborate with.

In 2000, Banksy moved to London and lived with his friend Jamie Eastman, who worked at a record label. Eastman helped spread Banksy’s artwork around London, and it was at this time the artist started getting noticed. His newfound notoriety led to a series of international exhibitions.

Banksy travelled to Palestine in 2005 where he broke major ground in his career. He painted a mural on the Bethlehem Wall representing children digging and playing, a girl floating by balloons over the wall, and a dove holding an olive branch. This major work let him to do a three-day exhibition in Los Angeles titled “Barely Legal.”The exhibit showed a pink elephant and graffiti art to symbolize the world’s ever-present poverty, or the “elephant in the room.”

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