“Should graffiti be judged on the same level as modern art? Of course not: It’s way more important than that.”


Known across the globe as the most controversial street artist in the world, political activist Banksy has spent 20 years plastering walls in cities across the world. One of the most important things we know about Banksy is that his identity remains a secret. Often politically charged, his work reacts to complex issues such as war, capitalism, establishment, politics, and poverty. These striking images, which are occasionally combined with slogans or catchphrases to convey a particular message, are brimming with dark humor.

Banksquiat (Grey)
Choose Your Weapon Magenta
Choose Your Weapon (Silver)
Have a Nice Day
CND Soldiers
Di-Faced Tenner
Donuts Chocolate
Monkey Queen
Flags Silver
Girl With Balloon
Choose Your Weapon (Queue Jumping Grey)
I Fought The Law
Jack and Jill
Laugh Now
Love is in the Air Flower Thrower
Love Rat
No Ball Games Grey
Nola Grey Rain
Gangsta Rat
Toxic Mary
Stop and Search
Trolleys Black & White
Trolleys Colour
Very Little Helps
Have a Nice Day
Visit Historic Palestine Poster
Weston Super Mare
Bomb Love (Bomb Hugger)
Goldfish (GDP)
Morons (LA Edition)
Golf Sale
Bomb Middle England
Banksquait (Black)
Flower Thrower (Triptych)
Nola (Orange)
Jack & Jill (AP Pink)
Sale Ends (LA Edition)