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Banksy

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  • 1. Graffiti• Writing or drawing that is sprayed illegally on public property.• Graffiti artists express themselves in public.• It is seen as vandalism! Do you agree or disagree?• Banksy is a famous anonymous graffiti artist.
  • 2. Who is Banksy? • English based graffiti artist, political activist and painter. • He is from Bristol in England. • No one knows what he looks like. • His graffiti represents social and politic problems.
  • 3. Banksy’s work• Deals with social and political problems.• For example: - anti- war - greed - poverty - segregation• A lot of people consider his work vandalism. Do YOU agree?
  • 4. What do you think this means?
  • 5. The beggar man• This represents the social problem of poverty.• The sign says “ keep you coins, I want change”.• Also represents hunger and homelessness.• There is a strong desire for social change more so than money.
  • 6. What does this mean?