Banksy - Rat Welcome To Hell Pink (Signed)

Out of stock
Year: 2003
Size: 50 x 35 cm
Signature: Hand Signed
Frame: Never Framed
Edition: 75 Pink
Medium: 2 color silk screen print


This is the rare Pink edition, Low number with out Pow stamp

Availability: Out of stock


Short Description

Without a doubt, the most popular graffiti artist in the world is Banksy, real identity ... And if you had looked at what Banksy says about himself you would be able to ... The idea of , "Look, I do things without permission, I set out my work in public ... "Graffiti is one of the few tools you have if you have almost nothing. And even if you don’t come up with a picture to cure world poverty you can make someone smile while they’re having a piss.


”Banksy (Banging Your Head Against a Brick Wall)"


We do have signed and unsigned Banksy artworks all with COA Certificate of Authenticity like; Banksy Girl with Red Balloon, Choose Your Weapon, Stop and Search, HMV, Litta Love is in The Air, Love Rat, Gangsta Rat, Nola White, Nola Grey, etc.


Banksy Street Art Specialists from 2007


 Banksy's ' Welcome To Hell' Pink is part of an edition of 75 prints, which present either red or pink.

Banksy - Welcome To Hell for Sale: Original Screen Print

This Artwork by Banksy 'Welcome To Hell' is a color print serigraphy on paper of 2004 and it belongs to the famous Placard Rat series of graphites.

The first edition of Placard Rat is a 2004 trilogy; as of today, there are 250 copies, 75 of which are signed and 175 unsigned.

For this series, Banksy takes inspiration from George Marshall’s book Get Out While You Can: Escape the Rat Race. In fact, the book’s title is mentioned in some other of his artworks, again on the sign held by the rat.

The work displays one of Banksy’s preferred subjects, a rat, holding a placard. Drawing from imagery which was started by Blek Le Rat, Banksy utilizes the rat as a symbol of both society and outsiders: rats live in urban spaces, in parallel to humans, and suffer from the same addictions. Indeed, rats are prone to the same addictions as human beings, as they are susceptible by cocaine, alcohol, and nicotine. Furthermore, while rats are commonly considered a nuisance within a city, their behavioral habits could be compared to the way in which humans coexist within the confines of urban space.