Banksy is the pseudonym of a street artist whose real name and identity remain uncertain and still the subject of speculation. Apparently British and active since the 1990s, he uses stencil painting to convey his messages, which often blend politics, humor and poetry. His works are humorous images, sometimes combined with slogans. The message is generally anarchist1, anti-militarist, anti-capitalist or anti-system and its characters are often rats, monkeys, police officers, soldiers, children, famous people or the elderly.
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