Banksy Graffitied Walls and Wasn’t Sorry
Fausto reveals how Banksy’s work was made by the artist for all to enjoy, and ideally, to learn from. The book reveals the meaning behind some of his most iconic images that touch on topics that include war, poverty, pollution, and more. No one knows who the artist is, not even Banksy’s parents. This book captures the creativity of one of the most popular and elusive artists today, and this picture book is filled with plenty of wit and playful layouts and illustrations, a must for every child or adult to learn about the importance of public art. “Nothing is as exciting as doing a painting, where nobody expects it,” says Banksy.