Sale Ends by Banksy

Sale Ends Banksy

Find out more about Banksy’s ‘Sale Ends’ series, browse prints & editions for sale & view the works wanted by active buyers right now.

Featuring a group of cloaked women prostrated beneath a large red sign, Sale Ends was first created in 2006 for Banksy’s iconic American show ‘Barely Legal’, which took place in a warehouse in Los Angeles in September 2006.

Part of the ‘Barely Legal Print Set’ series, the work was made as an edition of 100 unsigned prints and sold at the show for $500 apiece. Further prints in the series included Morons, Applause, Trolleys, Grannies and Festival and together the set is considered to be one of the rarest and most valuable collections of street art on the market.

A seventh print depicting an aristocrat being hit in the face with a pie was supposed to complete the collection, but the piece was later dropped. In 2007 Pictures on Walls re-released Sale Ends with an additional 150 signed Sale Ends prints.

When Pictures On Walls announced in 2017 they had ‘been taken over by venture anti-capitalists and will cease trading from 31st December 2017’, they held a closing down sale, during which they released a few remaining print editions as well as 500 prints of Sale Ends which was a reworking of the original 2006 version.

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