Have A Nice Day
Published in 2003 this was one of Banksy's earliest screen prints; in fact only the third produced by the artist. It re-worked the famous image from the Old Street Bridge in Shoreditch, London and includes some of his regular and iconic tropes the 'Smiley' and riot police.
It was issued in a hand-numbered limited edition of 500 of which 50 were signed. This copy is hand numbered 124/500 and is accompanied by the full Pest Control certificate.
It is in stunning condition and measures approximately 35 x 99 cm before framing.
Mounted and framed to museum standards.
Pax Britannica, A Hellish Peace.
The title page and 29 prints on various papers including one of the rarest and most sought after hand-signed Banksy pieces published as part of the "Stop the War" campaign in 2004.
Banksy's contribution is his "Wrong War" image, which was also used on placards during the "Stop the War" demonstrations and is unavailable in any other format. Banksy’s iconic work is printed on buff card, is signed in pencil and is presented in a hand-made frame with conservation glass and mounts.
In addition to the Banksy the collection includes pieces by some of the most sought after contemporary artists including Jimmy Cauty's banned ‘1st Class’ stamp and works by: Steve Bell, James Boswell, Alexander de Cadenet, Anthony Caro, James (Jimmy) Cauty, Billy Childish, David Gentleman, Richard Hamilton, Clifford Harper, Brian Jones, John Keane, Peter Kennard, Alan Kitching, Jenny Matthews, Paul Mattsson, Antonio Pacitti, Jamie Reid (of Sex Pistols fame), Martin Rowson, Ralph Steadman, S.T.O.T.21stC., Gee Vaucher.
Sheet sizes are 29.7 x 210 or smaller and are in excellent condition. The prints are housed in the original black clamshell box and are wrapped in camouflage cloth with a camouflage title label. Each of the prints is signed by the respective artist apart from S.T.O.T.21stC which is rubber stamped. The set is unnumbered from an edition of 100 of which only 96 were produced.
The complete contents of the box are as follows:
A cloth wrap with a list of included artists pinned to it.
Card press release designed by Ralph Steadman.
Banksy - Wrong War - signed.
Ralph Steadman - a reproduction of an article which appeared in the Independent in March 2004.
Ralph Steadman - Road to Bagdad, folded print - signed.
Ralph Steadman - Sheep on Cross - signed.
James Cauty - Black Smoke, Stamps of Mass Destruction - signed.
Peter Kennard- Peace on Earth (banned by Orange) - signed.
Sir Anthont Caro - Table Piece S-14 (in a small envelope) - signed.
Gee Vaucher - Still Life With Nude - signed.
Gee Vaucher - Welcome Home - signed.
Jamie Reid - The Evil Ones - signed.
Jamie Reid - Let's Be Democratic...- signed.
Jamie Reid - Peace is Tough (in a small envelope) - signed.
Richard Hamilton - Installation Study, War Games - signed.
James Boswell - Chains 1943 - signed by Ruth Boswell.
Brian Jones - The Idiot Son - signed.
Martin Rowson - Nye Who? - signed.
Martin Rowson - The War of Blair's Ear -signed.
Paul Mattsson - Death Mask - signed.
John Keane - Laser Guided - signed.
Alan Kitching - It is better to Jaw Jaw than to War War - signed.
Billy Childish - Soldier's Head With Hawk - signed.
Alexander de Cadenet - victims of the Turner Prize war.
Steve Bell - Thanks to Jane Chatterjee -signed.
Jenny Matthews - Fina Kamara - signed.
Antonio Pacitti - Guantanamo Bay - signed.
Clifford Harper - Anacharsis Clootz - signed.
The S.T.O.T 21stC - We Won We Won We Won.
David Gentleman - BLIAR Stop The War Coalition - card/sticker - signed.
A burnt page from the Hutton Report in a small envelope.
Tesco Value Petrol Bomb
An offset lithograph produced by the artist in 2011.
The lithograph features an image created by Banksy subsequent to the riots that took place following the opening of a Tesco store on Stokes Croft (the epicentre of the Bristol street art scene and home to Banksy’s ‘Mild Mild West’ work which coincidentally also features a petrol bomb).
The piece measures 40 x 50 cm and was issued in a plate signed edition of 1000.
With Banksy prints now regularly fetching £10k - £20k this is an affordable way of owning an iconic Banksy image.
We have framed the work using museum grade materials and anti UV glass to preserve it in mint condition.