“Slick” early graffitis by Banksy in the 1990’s – 2000’s

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Banksy’s satirical street art and subversive epigrams combine dark humour with graffiti executed in a distinctive stenciling technique. This particular style is usually recognised easily by people as his trademark. Most of Banksy’s pieces nowadays can be described as bold and striking with the abundance of blacks (and spot colours on occasion). His vibrant murals when he was just a starting freehand graffiti artist are lesser known to the public.

For this post, we’ve compiled a selection of Banksy’s earliest works created before he became famous for his stencil pieces.

Banksy’s Mural Vandalised In Park City

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Sad days for Banksy’s fans, after “Girl With Umbrella” in New Orleans just a few days ago (here), another street art piece by the world famous British graffiti artist  has just been damaged in Park City, Utah.
Two stencils were the target of Vandals on New Year’s eve, successfully ruining one of the works. Spray paint is now covering the mural that depicted a young boy with a pink halo and angel wings kneeling to pray behind a spraycan of pink. The plexiglass covering over the image had been destroyed.
This series of stencils was painted back in 2010, around the time Banksy was in Park City for the Sundance Film Festival for of his movie, “Exit Through the Gift Shop. As of today, it’s currently unclear if the work can be restored.
Take a look at more images below and let us know your thoughts down in our comments section.

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