Banksy is the pseudonym of an English graffiti artist, political and environmental activist, film director, and painter. His true identity is unknown. These images are very powerful.
The statement sinks as the ice keeps melting…
Near the Oval bridge in Camden, north London.
“Reconditioned dolphin ride with crude oil and tuna net”
Do we get on the dolphin and ignore that which it swims in?
Installed at Brighton Beach. www.flickr.com Photo by Michael Cuffe
‘The Death Boat‘
The Grim Reaper is steering this oil-filled vessel.
How long will birdlife survive this assault?
Reach for the Switch
Reaching to turn off the source of chemical pollutants.
A false sense of protection.
Pledge to the Plastic Bag and Cheap Goods.
Pharmacy wall in North London. (Tesco is the EU’s equivalent of Walmart.)
Tesco Sand Castles
Playing with that which is transitory and volitile to our seas…
The Rat releases some Poison.
The degradation and decline of our planet’s future. Can we catch it before it is too late?
No Park, Just Parking…
They paved paradise…
I Remember when all this was trees…
The Simpsons Intro made by Banksy
Crazy Western consumerism creates Eastern Pollution. Aired Fall of 2010.
No clean water left...
‘I Hate Mondays‘
What we leave for the Developing World.
The car is not going anywhere…
The Dove is Targeted.
What we Value
Our children’s future?
Upward Civilization! We know best.
Taking Advantage, who has?
Banksy’s movie “Exit throught the Gift Shop” (2010) on the making and marketing of street art is a worthwhile and entertaining film.
Read more about him: smithsonianmag.com
Follow him on Facebook: facebook.com/BanksyBook
The Best Books By And About Banksy
Wall and Piece by Banksy
Banksy: The Man Behind the Wall by Will Ellsworth-Jones