Discover The Stories Behind Banksy’s Most Famous Works, Listen Now

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The Banksy Audio Guide

Because I'm Worthless (2004)

Rats are the triumph of the little people, the undesirables and the unloved. They are the ultimate role model.

Bomb Hugger (2001)

The girl is smiling, she is unafraid - that's because, with Bomb hugger, Banksy is saying that innocence and love will triumph over war, hatred and violence.

Choose Your Weapon (2010)

In 2010, hordes of fans queued up for hours in a cold Soho to get their hands on one. The queue then famously got out of control … Banksy later released a special edition of Choose Your Weapon in the colour ‘queue jump grey’

CND Soldiers (2005)

The nanny state is a central theme in Banksy’s work and, along with exploring issues around authority and freedom, CND soldiers also highlights the way the media normalises warfare.

Di Faced Tenners (2004)

Donuts (2009)

Donuts could be a reference to president Kennedy's embarrassing blunder, when he said "Ich bin ein Berliner" during a visit to Berlin… it literally translates to “I am a doughnut”

Flags (2006)

People who enjoy waving flags don't deserve to have one.

Flying Copper (2003)

the yellow smiley face can be seen as a nod to childhood stickers or acid house music from the 80s and 90s but, in contrast to the happy face and the pink angel wings, the police officer's riot gear offers a clear dilemma between innocence and intimidation

Laugh Now (2003)

Gangsta Rat (2004)

Girl With Balloon (2004)

At Sotheby's auction house in London, the gavel went down, and the room cheered, but then Girl With Balloon started to self-destruct...

Love Is In The Air (flower thrower) (2003)

After the West Bank wall was constructed it quickly became a giant canvas for protest paintings and writings and, for over a decade, Banksy returned to the region numerous times to create murals - he made 13 or 14 works in the area

Love Rat (2004)

Monkey Queen (2003)

Morons (2006)

Banksy turns his own success into satire and mocked the contemporary art market that continues to generate sky high prices... prints of Morons can now sell for over 100 times their original value

Napalm (2004)

Nola (2008)

The greatest crimes in the world are not committed by people breaking the rules but by people following the rules. It's people who follow orders that drop bombs and massacre villages.

Pulp Fiction (2002)

In 2007, Transport for London, who runs the tube network, painted over Pulp Fiction even though it has an estimated value of 300,000 pounds. Transport for London argued that the graffiti mural contributed to social decay and neglect in London

Queen Victoria (2003)

Show your friends and colleagues your admiration for Britain’s greatest ever living monarch with this deluxe lesbian watersports fetish tableau.
Pictures on Walls (P.O.W.)

Stop And Search (2007)

Toxic Mary (2003)

Trolleys (2005)

Trolleys is a biting satire on modern man's inability to provide for himself without the help of giant corporations, while our ancestors hunted buffaloes and woolly mammoths in the wilderness.

Turf War (2003)

Very Little Helps (2008)

Welcome To Hell (placard rat) (2004)

Rats exist without permission. They are hated, hunted and persecuted. They live in quiet desperation amongst the filth. And yet they are capable of bringing entire civilisations to their knees. If you are dirty, insignificant and unloved then rats are the ultimate role model.

Weston Super Mare (2003)

Weston Super Mare is a cheerful tribute to the great British seaside towns, ideal for anyone that has walked the streets screaming “you’re all going to die” at groups of old age pensioners.
Pictures On Walls (P.O.W)

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