Pulp Fiction by Banksy

Pulp Fiction Banksy

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Banksy’s Pulp Fiction depicts a famous scene from the eponymous 1994 film by Quentin Tarantino. It was released in 2004 an edition of just 150 official Pulp Fiction signed and 600 unsigned prints. However, it first appeared in 2002 as a stencilled composition in the streets of London, near Old Street tube station. It was visible until 2007, until Transport for London painted over the wall, estimated at £300,000, on the grounds that the work lent an atmosphere of social decay and neglect in the capital, despite the well-known drawing art fans and tourists to the area. When the mural was covered, a local artist sprayed-painted the words “Come Back” in its place, addressed to Banksy. Banksy then re-tagged his original Pulp Fiction in exactly the same place, but this time the characters were holding real pistols and wearing banana costumes instead.

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