Miss out?

Another unique item may be just around the corner!

Contact us
Charity percentage
80%

The Prize

Dorothy Poster “Banksy vs Bristol Museum - I don't think we are on canvas anymore” from 2009.

Banksy is an English artist and writer, considered one of the most famous street-artist in the world, whose true identity (Banksy is actually a pseudonym) is still unknown. His works are often satirical in nature and cover topics such as politics, culture and ethics. His activities as a political activist and director are also well known. Banksy's street art is satirical and subversive in nature. His works combine a dark humor with graffiti done with the stencil technique. His murals of political and social criticism have appeared on city streets, walls and bridges around the world. Banksy's work was born in the Bristol underground scene, which saw artists and musicians collaborate. Banksy claims to have been inspired by 3D , a graffiti artist who later became a founding member of the British musical group Massive Attack . Banksy displays his art on publicly visible surfaces. 

Dimensions: 60 cm x 41cm approx
Please note: The poster comes rolled up.

The purchase of unique items through an auction house requires careful evaluation by the buyer. We invite you to personally examine all the information and material at your disposal, including our returns policy, before proceeding with purchase.

Item #P80553

  • In condition as donated.

Service Fees apply to this lot: these are service fee that are commonly applied by auction houses for the sales of this type of service. This service includes the sourcing of lots, quality control, storage, sale and customer support. The minimum Service Fees applied to this lot will be €12.00.

The total cost for this lot does not include shipping costs, which are not specified until auction closing and vary according to the size and weight of the item, as well as the recipient's address. The minimum shipping cost is €14.99. Tickets, vouchers and goods are generally shipped via courier and must be signed for on delivery, unless otherwise stated. In some cases tickets will be left in the auction winner's name for pick up at the ticket office of the event location.

How can we help?

Have a question or need more details? Click below to be connected to our customer service team.

Get in touch with our Help Center