Title: Banksquiat (Black)
Size: 27 3/5 × 27 3/5″ in
Medium: Screen Print on Grey Board
Edition of 300
A print made in homage to New York post-graffiti pioneer Jean-Michel Basquiat. In which Banksy is cleverly questioning the relentless commodification of Basquiat in recent times – by crassly adding to the relentless commodification of Basquiat in recent times.
An enigma in every sense of the word, Banksy is perhaps the most controversial and thrilling street artist on the scene, and over two decades into his career, he still remains anonymous. His art is known for breaking boundaries, conveying satirical, pictorial messages, and highlighting themes of philosophy, art, sociology, politics, humor and even narcissism. You can find his groundbreaking work on streets across the world, including the walls of London, New York and the Gaza Strip.
In addition to his iconic murals, the elusive urban artist has also released prints in a number of formats. His talent and mysterious identity has made the popularity of his pieces soar and, consequently, they are in incredibly high demand in the art world. Explore the Banksy original art we have for sale here at ArtLife.