Banksy Jack and Jill (Police Kids) Signed

Out of stock
Year: 2005
Size: 50 x 70 cm
Signature: Hand Signed
Frame: See description
Edition: 350 Signed (350 Unsigned, 22 AP’s in circulation)
Medium: Silkscreen print


Availability: Out of stock


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Jack and Jill (Police Kids)




Screenprint in colours, 2005, numbered


Edition of 350 SIGNED


Edition of 500 Unsigned


edition of 22 AP in pink


Those have POW stamp


in pencil, on wove paper, printed and published by Pictures on Walls, London, with their blindstamp at lower left, with full margins, sheet 500 x 700mm (19 ⅝ x 27 in) (unframed)



Banksy Police Kids (Jack and Jill) is a signed-limited edition four-colour hand-pulled screen print on archival paper. Banksy’s work combines spray-paint and stencilling techniques with commercial, political and contemporary imagery, with a sense of ironic social commentary and humour. Critical of corporate business, Banksy’s work considers the negative impact of capitalism and social injustice. Jack and Jill, also known as “Police Kids”, is an exceptional artwork that uses children in bullet-proof police jackets to contrast the supposed freedom of childhood with the concerns of many parents and a society in general that feels the need to protect them.




signed, dated 06 and numbered 350screenprint on paper50 by 70cm.; 19 3/4 by 27 1/2 in.This work is number and signed from an edition of 350.