Banksy - Choose Your Weapon (Pink)

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Size 70 x 70 cm
Signature Hand Signed
Frame Unframed
Edition 25
Medium 2 color silk screen print
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Banksy - Choose Your Weapon (Pink)

It was released In December 2010, from the London Gallery in Commercial Road and few on the show in Central London.

This was the last banksy Print Sold to the public.

Colours Like Red, Blue and Neon Green was sold to friends and online. It was a white colour edition 20 sold to friends and one rare edition Hand finish with Red dots sold to vips.

Banksy Choose Your Weapon Keith Haring Dog first appeared in London SE1.

The huge difference in the contrast between the man and his dog is a noteworthy contradiction in this Banksy piece.

The man in the art piece represents the disaffected youth that features so prominently in British pop culture. The hooded sweatshirt with the cowl covering the head and bandanna hiding the young man’s face both appear menacing. 

The dog is chained and barking loudly. The dog, which pays tribute to Keith Haring’s ‘Barking Dog’, is a man’s best friend – in this case it acts as the man’s weapon. For Banksy, his weapon is his street art. This prints comes in 19 different colours with the original work appearing in London’s Southwark District.

When POW gallery released the prints, many fans who had been queuing in the cold were pushed out the way by carloads of chancers hoping to get prints to sell online. In response Banksy and POW produced a special queue jumpers edition in Grey for those who missed out.

Additional Info

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Size70 x 70 cm
SignatureHand Signed
Frame Unframed
Medium2 color silk screen print


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