Banksy HMV Unsigned

Year: 2003
Size: 35 x 50 cm
Signature: Unsigned
Frame: Never Framed
Edition: 600
Medium: Screen Print



Only 1 left

Availability: In stock


Short Description

The Edition of the Banksy

Title: Banksy- HMV   Signed and Unsigned
Medium: Screen print
Date: 2003/2004
Edition: 150 signed (600 unsigned)


Banksy’s HMV, also known as His Master’s Voice or Rocket Dog, is a print which appropriates the iconic logo of the music and entertainment company of the same name that was created in the 1920s. The logo itself was actually inspired by Francis Barraud’s painting of a dog Nipper listening to a cylinder phonograph. Banksy’s work depicts a seated dog facing a late 19th century gramophone.

Dimensions: 50 x 70 cm 
Signaturer: Signed Unsigned and AP and numbered bottom right some with pen some with pencil,
Published by: POW some have POW stamp on the left or right and some are with out POW stamp,
Only few are with POW stamp, and those was sold from PICTURES ON WALLS SHOP,  the ones with out stamp was sold at the book shop in Bristol, art republic etc

see pictures of some low number with out stamp and some hight number with stamp




Banksy HMV Unsigned
Screenprint on paper

Screenprint in black, 2004, stamped Banksy in red ink as issued, numbered from the edition of 600 in pencil, on wove paper, printed and published by Pictures on Walls, London, with full margins.

sheet 350 x 500mm (13 3/4 x 19 5/8in)

Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Pest Control


Banksy's two-color screenprint Bomb Love (commonly referred to as Bomb Hugger) is emblematic of his witty aesthetic which uses creative juxtapositions to make humorous commentaries on society at large. The stencil depicting a young girl in a black dress tenderly clutching a bomb as if it were a teddy bear was originally placed on an East London wall. A not so subtle nod to the irony and devastation of war, Banksy has repeatedly executed this stencil throughout London.