Jack and Jill (Police Kids) by Banksy

Jack and Jill (Police Kids) Banksy

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Banksy’s screen print Jack and Jill, named after a traditional English nursery rhyme but also referred to as Police Kids, was released as a limited edition of 350 prints in 2005. The edition contains just 200 Jack and Jill unsigned prints and 150 Jack and Jill signed prints. That same year, the artist also produced 22 limited artist’s proofs on a pink background. Unlike most of Banksy’s works, Jack and Jill was never graffitied on the street and was only released as a screen print.

Against a block sky blue background, two young children run gleefully towards the viewer, mostly in black and white but highlighted with a few delicate patches of colour. They are laughing, carefree with summer clothes and bare limbs, and the pigtailed young girl is carrying a basket of fresh flowers.

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