Banksy Barcode Edittion 600 Unsigned
It's been framed and has light burn marks at the top and bottom which are visible in the pictures.
Print is very Low number and dont have the POW stamp
In 2010, Banksy has created " The Barcode Leopard Tiger", one of his famous strencil. On this, we can see an escaped tiger outside of his cage.
The cage has been transformed into a bar code symbol, with the bars themselves being the bar code print.
The monochromatic artwork in his iconic stencil-style depicts a leopard in the foreground prowling away from a cage that’s had its bars pushed open.
This art was on the side of a house on Pembroke Road, but the owner decided to destroy the house, and we do not know why the work disappeared a day.
Four years later, the work was back in exhibition in a school, by a professor. It was taken off the wall in Clifton by the teacher’s husband, an architect.
But the work was damaged, because it was under a bed during this four years...
Banksy took back this idea of the bar code several times afterward,
Banksy is a famous anonymous artist for his works, that we can find in the streets of London, and some one abroad.
His works deliver generally anticapitalist messages or antisystem, with a touch of ecology.
Barcode Prints total edition
600 Unsigned with and without POW stamp, Low edition are usually without POW stamp
150 Signed with and without POW stamp
AP Version edition
|Size||70 x 50 cm|
|comments||It's been framed and has light burn marks at the top and bottom which are visible in the pictures. Print is very Low number and dont have the POW stamp Please see video|