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Tesco Soup Can (Silkscreen Signed Limited Edition of 50)

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Tesco Soup Can (Silkscreen Signed Limited Edition of 50)

Originally released in 2005 this is the soup can image that Banksy used in his infamous MOMA guerrilla art attack where he stuck a canvas of a Tesco Value Soup Can in New Yorks famous modern art gallery. It stayed there for a number of hours with spectators even admiring it before museum staff realised the prank. This print is from the signed original colourway edition of 50, extremely rare and is one of Banksys best loved images. It is currently unframed but bespoke, archival, framing can be arranged through the gallery.Our London gallery can also arrange framing delivery of this print throughout South-East England, for details of this service, please click here.Click these words to find similar printsFrom our Galleries

About The Artist - Banksy

Banksy is an anonymous England-based graffiti artist. He is well known for his distinctive stenciling technique, dark humor, and subversive political and social themes. Though Banksy rose to prominence thanks to his outdoor work, he has also created a large body of original and limited edition works. He is considered as one of the foremost contemporary artists in the UK.

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  • Artwork size: 50cm x 35cm
  • Image size: 50cm x 35cm

Originally released in 2005 this is the soup can image that Banksy used in his infamous MOMA guerrilla art attack where he stuck a canvas of a Tesco Value Soup Can in New Yorks famous modern art gallery. It stayed there for a number of hours with spectators even admiring it before museum staff realised the prank. This print is from the signed original colourway edition of 50, extremely rare and is one of Banksys best loved images. It is currently unframed but bespoke, archival, framing can be arranged through the gallery.Our London gallery can also arrange framing delivery of this print throughout South-East England, for details of this service, please click here.Click these words to find similar printsFrom our Galleries

About The Artist - Banksy

Banksy is an anonymous England-based graffiti artist. He is well known for his distinctive stenciling technique, dark humor, and subversive political and social themes. Though Banksy rose to prominence thanks to his outdoor work, he has also created a large body of original and limited edition works. He is considered as one of the foremost contemporary artists in the UK.

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