Banksy Signed Prints
Art Is Not A Crime Mr Brainwash Banksy Pop Art Damien Hirst Andy Warhol
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More About Banksy Signed Prints
Banksy signed prints are extremely famous and has been sold for many thousands of pounds. Art auctioneers around the world have been known to sell the street wall art on location as well as signed canvas prints. The problem of the former is ts removal is however in the hands of the one who wins the bid!
Some of his famous Banksy signed prints include the Trolley Hunters, the Flower Thrower, , the Banksy rat ,the Bomb Hugger , the Kissing Policemen to name a few. His work has been sold for over $500,000 a piece. Some of the famous who own a Banksy signed art include Hollywood celebrities Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie,Keanu Reeves, Jude Law and Christina Aguilera!
Some see him as an artistic genius whereas some others see him as a prankster. All said and done, no one can deny his popularity for reasons both good and bad!
A very famous graffiti artist, Banksy is believed to be born in the year 1974 at Yate, south Gloucestershire, near Bristol, England. Born to a photocopier engineer, a butcher by profession, he became involved in graffiti during the late 1980’s. His work is said to be inspired from the Bristol underground scene which involved the association between several artists and musicians.
His style of art is unique. He began working with the stencil, and this has almost become a style of art associated with him. His work is often satirical in nature. The theme of his work revolves mainly around politics, culture and ethics. His work often comprises of both images and slogans, and his subjects include animals like the monkey and rats, children, the elderly, the policemen, to name a few.
Known to be highly notorious, he is responsible for decorating the streets, walls, bridges, zoos, and many other places in cities around the world. His work is seen in museums around the world. Best known for his compelling stencil graffiti, his work is found in walls and billboards in cities around the world. Most of this is illegal which is why he keeps his identity a secret. He once managed to sneak in a fake prehistoric cave painting and install it in the British museum. It was a while before the authorities could detect the fake. Ironically it was included to the museum’s collection! He also managed to slip in seditious and sardonic pieces of art onto the walls of four major New York museums, two of which are still in place.
Braving threats, Banksy managed to paint on the walls of the West Bank barrier in Israel. The security guards shot warning shots at him but he defied it all and managed to make his point. Though the reactions were mixed, it sure raised a lot of global attention. He has even managed to get inside the Louvre, Paris, and hang a version of the Mona Lisa, with a smiling face!! He has also painted an elephant and placed an inflatable Guantanamo detainee in Disneyland, California.
If it is possible to get your hands on a Banksy signed print it could prove to be a sound investment although the prices are still sky high!