Capitalism and War by Banksy

Banksy’s Top 20 Street Art Marvels That You Can’t Afford To Miss

Street art, according  to Wikipedia  is visual art created in public locations, usually unsanctioned artwork executed outside of the context of traditional art venues.

The term has gained popularity during the graffiti art boom of the early 1980s. Lately, Banksy the most popular name of this art form has been at the fore front of the street art revolution bringing attention to the political, social and modern lifestyle issues with his unique take. No one knows who he really is but his work has been getting amazing recognition for years, a lot of it stencil based. Usually most of his work is anonymous with little attribution.  However, there is a broad  consensus on his popular work which has appeared from Britain to Palestine and New York from time to time.  Here’s a curated pack of his work  put together from several sources.


1. Stop Asking For Permissions

Stop Asking for Permissions by Banksy








2.  Make Music Not War

Make Music Not War by Banksy








3.  Butterfly Suicide

Butterfly Suicide By Banksy








4. Gas Mask Boy

Gas Mask Boy by Banksy








5. Black Flag and Revolution

Black Flag by Banksy









6. Capitalism And War

Capitalism and War by Banksy






7. Banksy Rat

Banksy Rat








8. 0% Interest

0% Interest by Banksy








9. Lifestyle out of stock

Lifestyle by Banksy








10. Mobile Phone Lovers

Mobile Phone Lovers by Banksy








11. Protect me, please

Protect Me by Banksy








12. Kissing Bobbies

Kissing Coppers by Banksy





13. Modern Prison

Modern Man By Banksy









14. The Fighting Panda

Panda By Banksy








15. Freedom at West Bank

Freedom at West Bank By Banksy








16. Keep Your COins!

I Want Change by Banksy








17. Banksy Mouse in NYC

I Love NY by Banksy








18. What Are you Looking at?







19. Angel of despair

Angel by Banksy









20. SMile… 🙂

SMILE by Banksy










For more

  1. Check out my Pin board dedicated to Street Art.
  2. Must follow Hooked Upon blog and Street Art with Google  to follow  artists closely.
  3. Really want to learn more about Banksy? Don’t forget to watch Exit Through the Gift Shop
  4. Of course you wouldn’t want to miss his  Dismaland, bemusement Park and be scarred for life.





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