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Banksy Posters


Banksy Posters





Save Or Delete, 2002




Save or Delete – Greenpeace Print, 2002
Offset lithograph in colors on recycled paper
16-1/2 x 23-3/8 inches (41.9 x 59.5 cm)



The Cans Festival, 2008



The Cans Festival Stencil Arts Street Art, 2008
Offset lithograph in colors on satin white paper
70×49.5 cm (27 1/2 x 19 1/2 inches)
Published by the London 2008 Cans Festival, London


Devolved Parliament, 2009


Devolved Parliament, 2009
Color offset lithograph
83.8 x 70.3 cm



This large, smart litho print featuring one of Banksy’s most important works was produced for his Bristol Museum exhibition in 2009.

Originally titled Question Time the original canvas unveiled in the same show famously sold for £12.1 million at Sotheby’s auction house in October 2019, cementing Banksy’s ascent to the art elite price-wise.

Tesco Value Petrol Bomb, 2011



Tesco Value Petrol Bomb, 2011
Offset lithograph in colors on satin white paper
50×40 cm (19 5/8 x 15 7/8 inches)
Edition of 2,000
Signed in plate lower right

Souvenir to commemorate the Stokes Croft riots of April 2011 in Banksy’s native city of Bristol. Newspaper front page photos of the riots often featured Banksy’s Wild Wild West mural that also featured a Molotov cocktail. The riots began when police raided a squat opposite the new Tesco Express mini-supermarket in the bohemian quarter of Stokes Croft, claiming they’d had reports petrol bombs were being made there with the intention of burning down the store.

Exit Through The Gift Shop



77×102 cm

Forgive Us Our Trespassing



Printed Poster
50×42 cm


Visit Historic Palestine, 2018





Poster issued at World Travel Market 2018
42×59 cm

Given away at Banksy’s “first ever trade fair appearance” at ExCel London in 2018, promoting the Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem.


Vandalism as Modern Art, 2018


Vandalism as Modern Art, 2018
Offset lithograph in colors on smooth wove paper
23-1/4 x 33 inches (59.1 x 83.8 cm) (sheet)
Published by Beyond the Streets, Los Angeles