Work No. 768; Banksy Reality Check

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Banksy Reality Check
c. Michael St.Mark 2015

 

Banksy’s ‘Balloon Girl’ in appropriation with sobering additions to bring into line with current global trends regarding war and occupation and its effect on children who are tragically caught up, scarred and abused in such conflicts.

Also relating to corporate aggression against the individual and his/her human rights via imposition of monstrous social conditions including zero hours nil rights forced slavery.
Photo montage; re-photographed & spray-printed onto canvas.
30″ x 20″

Original; £5800

Offered in a signed edition of x100 fine art Lightjet prints on Kodak Pro Endura
£350 ( unframed )

London Dada Archive / Investments

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Banksy unmasked here

2 thoughts on “Work No. 768; Banksy Reality Check

  1. You forgot the inflatable boat loaded with 100 migrants wallowing in the Med, 50 miles out from Libya. What strikes me as particularly poignant about that situation is we will never know how many set off, never make it to Europe and are not intercepted by naval ships from EU nations.
    As I said when the FUKUS axis was bombing Libya, if we are going to depose tyrants who have suppressed all opposition we have to be prepared to put an interim military government in for however many years to stop people like ISIS moving into fill the vacuum.

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    • As Frank Zappa ( one of the tiny number of famous and wise Americans in history ) once said; hydrogen isn’t the most plentiful substance in the universe, as physicists would have us believe – it’s actually human stupidity, no contest.

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