The Most Infamous Street Artist of All Time
He stands up for what he believes in. Love him or hate hime, Banksy makes you think different.
One of the most prolific artists of our time and the most famous street artists in the world. Banksy’s style of anti-authority and entertaining political commentary within his art, makes him loved by many and hated by some. One thing is for sure, you can’t ignore street art. It makes your city look better and it creates inspiration out of a blank space. The more artists the better.
“This was not my dream.”
“Let them eat crack” beside the infamous Banksy Rat. A spin on the ol’ “let them eat cake!”.
A caveman delivering a fast-food meal.
The crying kid might be my favourite, I think it sums up our society quite well.
Einstein with a bottle of Jameson is the funnier part of this Banksy piece. To top it off he adds “Just Google it!”, another comment on society’s addiction to simple solutions and no longer worries about the bigger problems in our world.
Many people recognize the original sayings he’s using, then he makes it “Banksy” by adding “cancelled” by the desperately looking painter.
The stop and search painted in Palestine.
Enjoy your lie.
Making sure he’s go to go for school. A constant reminder that unconditional love is unconditional love.
“No Ball Games!”
“Graffiti is a crime”
What we do in life echoes in eternity.
“If graffiti changed anything-it would be illegal.”
Pretty relevant in our world today. We’re so quick to call the boss, manager, Mom, teacher or whoever, and call in a preverbal Airstrike.
“One original thought is worth a thousand mindless quotings.” -Diogenes