Banksy

Banksy is an anonymous Bristol graffiti artist, political activist and film director. 

His satirical works of political and social commentary have been featured on streets, walls, and bridges of cities throughout the world. 

Banksy's work is highly collectable by fans and investors alike.

All of our original Banksy screen print, limited editions are accompanied by certificates of authenticity provided by Banksy's management company Pest Control.


Trolleys (aka Trolley Hunters)

A biting satire on the inability of modern man to provide for himself.  It depicts three cavemen bearing primitive weapons and crouched in the act of hunting a herd of supermarket trolleys.

In 2007, Trolleys was released by Pictures on Walls of London in three different formats: 750 signed colour prints in a blue and yellow colourway, 500 unsigned white prints and 150 signed white prints . 

  • Medium: Two colour screen print on Arches paper
  • Date: 2007
  • Edition: 500 (Numbered 432/500)
  • Dimensions: 77 x 96 cm
  • Signature: Pictures on Walls and Heavy Weaponry blind stamps
  • Published by: Pictures on Walls
  • Certified by: Pest Control
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    £14,950


    Golf Sale

    Golf Sale is based on the Tiananmen Square ‘Tank Man’ photograph taken by Jeff Widener in 1989. It is widely regarded as one of the most notable acts of non-violent intervention and is an iconic image of the 20th century.

    Why is this rare?

    Golf Sale was one of the very first prints ever officially released, in 2003. This piece is well-known and regularly in demand; its relatively low edition size contributes to its desirability – there are just 150 Golf Sale signed prints and 600 unsigned prints.

  • Medium: Screen print
  • Date: 2003
  • Edition: 150 signed and 600 unsigned
  • Dimensions: 35 x 50 cm
  • Signature: Numbered bottom right 622/750
  • Published by: Pictures on Walls
  • Certified by: Pest Control
  • £10,250


    Soup Cans

    Banksy’s Soup Can is an obvious nod to Andy Warhol’s famous 1962 series of Campbell’s Soup Can paintings that were later produced as prints. Contrary to Warhol’s homage to the endlessly reproduced images of consumer society, here Banksy offers a biting criticism of the supermarket giant who has come to take over the contemporary marketplace.

    The print shows cans of the same flavour soup – as opposed to Warhol’s range of flavours – showing the stark reality and monotony, of surviving on a tight budget. 

    Printed in three colours on a cream background, the print evokes the vintage aesthetic that is now called upon by supermarkets such as Tesco to sell British products.

    • Medium: Offset Lithograph
    • Date: 2006
    • Edition: Open edition
    • Dimensions: 85 x 60 cm
    • Signature: Signed in the plate on the lower right
    • Published by: Pictures on Walls
    • Certified by: Hidden Gallery
    Pest Control do not issue Certificates of Authenticity for this open editions, but the authenticity of this poster is guaranteed by us here at Hidden Gallery.

    £2,750 (Includes museum standard framing) 


    I Fought the Law

    This anti-authoritarian artwork is based on actual photographs from the aftermath of the assassination attempt on former US President Ronal Reagan by John Hinkley. 

    Why is this rare? 

    This piece is well-known and regularly in demand; its relatively low edition size contributes to its desirability – there are just 150 I Fought the Law signed prints and 500 unsigned prints.

  • Medium: Screen print
  • Date: 2004
  • Edition: 500
  • Dimensions: 70 x 70 cm before framing
  • Published by: Pictures on Walls
  • Certified by: Pest Control

  • £10,750


    Tesco 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.

  • Medium: Offset lithograph
  • Date: 2011
  • Edition: 1,000
  • Dimensions: 40 x 50 cm
  • Signature: Plate signed
  • Published by: Pictures on Walls
  • Certified by: Hidden Gallery

  • £1,950


    Monkey Queen

    Monkey Queen is a provocative screen print that was created in 2003 as part of an edition of 600 unsigned prints and only 150 signed prints. However, it was first publicly displayed as a wall painting at a youth club called The Chill Out Zone on Broad Street in Newent, where it remained on the wall of the club for several months before being moved to the front window. This made headlines, referred to in the news as “Banksygate”, following complaints that the painting was disrespectful to the monarchy and to the national flag. The youth club was asked by the government not to display this image during the Queen’s Golden Jubilee and its funding was cut. This raised issues regarding the right to freedom of speech and freedom of expression. With an inherently Bristish sense of humour, the youth leaders at The Chill Out Zone eventually replaced the painting with a more mainstream poster of the Union Flag.

    Monkey Queen superimposes the black and white stencilled face of a monkey onto Queen Elizabeth II’s iconic bust image. Only the Queen’s hair, crown and jewellery are identifiable. The monochrome visage appears on a target background composed of red, white and blue, immediately evocative of the Union Flag.

    Monkey Queen epitomises Banksy’s artistic identity. The satirical image overtly criticises the British leaders. Aligning the Queen with a primitive animal, the artist evidently suggests that he believes the country is being run by apes. The monkey, one of Banksy’s trademark figures, is reminiscent of his earlier work Laugh Now, depicting a monkey wearing a sandwich board that predicts a society run by primates.

    • Medium: Screen print
    • Date: 2003
    • Edition: 600 Unsigned and 150 Signed
    • Dimensions: 34.5 x 49.5 cm
    • Signature: Numbered bottom right 319/750
    • Published by: Pictures on Walls
    • Certified by: Pest Control
    £10,750


    Previously Sold

    Below are some of the works that we have previously sold. If you would like us to source a work by this artist, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

    Turf War

    One of the earliest and most sought after Banksy images.
    Turf War" was shown at the first major exhibition by Banksy, staged in a warehouse on Kingsland Road in London's East End in 2003.
    • Medium: Screen print
    • Date: 2003
    • Edition: 600 Unsigned and 150 Signed
    • Dimensions: 34.5 x 49.5 cm
    • Signature: Numbered bottom right 384/750
    • Published by: Pictures on Walls
    • Certified by: Pest Control
    £Sold


    The Riot Van

    One of only 52 hand signed and dedicated digital prints.

    Dedicated to 'Jake'.

    Each print was dedicated and gifted to employees at the artists legendary Dismaland Theme Park in Weston- Super- Mare in 2015.
    Framed to museum standards with conservation mounts, a handmade frame and anti-UVA glass.


    Pest Control do not certify these prints as they were given as gifts by Banksy.  However Hidden bought the work from the original recipient and has documentary and photographic proof confirming that he worked at Dismaland.
    I will provide a certificate of confirmation with the work together with copies of the documents.

  • Medium: Digital print
  • Date: 2015
  • Edition: 52 hand-signed
  • Dimensions: 24 x 18 cm
  • Signature: Signed in bold black ink
  • Certified by: Hidden Gallery

  • £Sold


    Laugh Now

    The sought after, scarce and fabulous early screenprint. 

    Laugh Now uses animals to comment on today’s society. The monkey – one of Banksy’s most iconic figures along with rats – is used to caricature humans’ way of living and thinking.

    Why is this rare?

    This piece is among Banksy’s most famous pieces of art. Its relatively low edition size contributes to its desirability - just 150 signed and 600 unsigned prints.

  • Medium: Screen print
  • Date: 2003
  • Edition: 150 signed and 600 unsigned
  • Signature: Numbered bottom right 512/600
  • Published by: Pictures on Walls
  • Certified by: Pest Control


  • £Sold



    CND Soldiers

    CND Soldiers is probably Banksy's most famous anti-war print.  This limited edition print was released in 2005 by Banksy's original print house, Pictures on Walls of London. This edition is made up of 350 signed prints and 350 unsigned prints. 
    The first artwork appeared outside the Houses of Parliament, which was later removed by the authorities.

    • Medium: Screen print
    • Date: 2005
    • Edition: 350 Unsigned and 350 Signed
    • Dimensions: 50 x 70 cm
    • Signature: Numbered bottom left 71/350
    • Published by: Pictures on Walls
    • Certified by: Pest Control
    £Sold


    Riot Van - Hand Signed

    One of only 52 hand signed and dedicated digital prints.

    Each print was dedicated and gifted to employees at the artists legendary Dismaland Theme Park in Weston- Super- Mare in 2015.
    Framed to museum standards with conservation mounts, a handmade frame and anti-UVA glass.


    Pest Control do not certify these prints as they were given as gifts by Banksy.  However Hidden bought the work from the original recipient and has documentary and photographic proof confirming that he worked at Dismaland.
    I will provide a certificate of confirmation with the work together with copies of the documents.

  • Medium: Digital print
  • Date: 2015
  • Edition: 52 hand-signed 
  • Dimensions: 24 x 18 cm
  • Signature: Signed in bold black ink
  • Certified by: Pest Control
  • £Sold

    Absolutely the most affordable way to own a signed Banksy!



    Pulp Fiction 

    Pulp Fiction was initially stencilled in the Old Street tube station in London in 2002. The work was painted over in 2007 by Transport for London, who believed the image was promoting crime.

    Why is this rare?

    Pulp Fiction is one of Banksy’s most iconic prints. The relatively low edition size of 600 contributes to its desirability.

  • Medium: Three colour screen print
  • Date: 2004
  • Edition: 600
  • Dimensions: 47.8 x 68.9 cm
  • Signature: Numbered bottom right 18/600
  • Published by: Pictures on Walls
  • Certified by: Pest Control

  • £Sold


    Wrong War

    Wrong War was produced for the Stop the War march in London, 2003. The prints were handed out for free at the Griffin Store on Portobello Road, London. Griffin are the only fashion-house to have ever collaborated with Banksy.

    Why is this rare?

    These prints were handed out for the purpose of attaching them to placards across London. As a result, very few are now available in good condition.

  • Medium: Screen print
  • Date: 2003
  • Dimensions: 42 x 59 cm before framing
  • Certified by: Pest Control

  • Folded as originally issued.


    £Sold


    Very Little Helps

    Very Little Helps is a parody of Tesco’s tagline ‘Every Little Helps’. The artwork was initially stencilled on the side of a pharmacy on Essex Road in Islington, London.

    Why is this rare?

    Very Little Helps is in a relatively small edition of 299. No unsigned versions exist, making it a highly coveted Banksy print.

  • Medium: Screen print on wove paper
  • Date: 2008
  • Edition: 299 signed
  • Dimensions: 50 x 37 cm
  • Signature: Numbered bottom right 198/299  in blue pencil
  • Published by: Pictures on Walls
  • Certified by: Pest Control

  • £Sold