Banksy Trolleys Colour (Signed)

Year: 2007
Size: 76 x 56 cm
Signature: Hand Signed
Frame: Framed with Glass
Edition: 750
Medium: Screen Print

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Availability: In stock

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Short Description

Without a doubt, the most popular graffiti artist in the world is Banksy, real identity ... And if you had looked at what Banksy says about himself you would be able to ... The idea of , "Look, I do things without permission, I set out my work in public ... "Graffiti is one of the few tools you have if you have almost nothing. And even if you don’t come up with a picture to cure world poverty you can make someone smile while they’re having a piss.


”Banksy (Banging Your Head Against a Brick Wall)"


We do have signed and unsigned Banksy artworks all with COA Certificate of Authenticity like; Banksy Girl with Red Balloon, Choose Your Weapon, Stop and Search, HMV, Litta Love is in The Air, Love Rat, Gangsta Rat, Nola White, Nola Grey, etc.


Banksy Street Art Specialists from 2007

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Banksy
Trolleys (Colour) - Signed
Banksy "Trolley Hunters" Signed, original silkscreen print. Produced in 2007 and pressed on heavy quality somerset art paper. This series is limited to 750 pieces. Blind stamped reference the publisher. Includes POW pest control certificate.


The Banksy print Trolleys (or Trolley Hunters) was originally released as part of the LA edition accompanying Banksy’s Barely Legal Show in 2006.   This first incarnation of Trolleys was unsigned, and numbered out of 500, but curiously enough only 100 unsigned prints were sold at the show.  There are a limited number of signed prints from the LA Edition in circulation


The LA edition of Trolleys differs slightly to the later UK release – most noteworthy being that the paper it was printed on was a cream colour, and a hunter has a different tool.   It was printed by Modern Multiples.


In late 2007, Trolleys saw a UK release at Pictures On Walls coming in three different forms – an edition of 750 signed colour prints, 500 unsigned white prints and 150 signed white prints.


The final edition of Trolleys (and by far the rarest) came at the Santa’s Ghetto show in Bethlehem in December 2007.   Only available to those who visited the temporary exhibition (buyers had a choice between Trolleys or Gold Flags), this was a signed edition of 28 prints printed on end paper.


  100 LA Edition ( some signed some unsigned) Diferent colou than the POW edition


– Unsigned 500 POW Edition


– Unsigned Black & White 750 POW Edition


– Signed Colour 150 POW Edition


– Signed Black & White 28 Santa’s Ghetto 2007 Edition


 


In late 2007, Trolleys saw a UK release at Pictures On Walls coming in three different forms


an edition of 750 signed colour prints, 500 unsigned white prints ...


this is the signed for sale