Banksy Graffitied Walls and Wasn’t Sorry

Fausto Gilberti

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A clever, quirky, and highly entertaining biography of the leading contemporary artist, Banksy, written specially for children ages 4 to 7


Banksy is a world-famous graffiti artist who secretly spray paints pictures on streets and walls while no one is watching. His works are often about politics, war, and other important things, but he also likes to paint rats. Rats scurry around and hide, often creating a bit of a stir, just like he does! Millions of people know his work but no one really knows who Bansky is – his true identity is a secret. Fausto Gilberti brings life, intrigue, and whimsy to the mysterious story of one of the most important contemporary artists of our time. For young readers aged 4-7.

$28

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ISBN – 9781838662608
Publisher – Phaidon Press Limited
Format – Hardback
Publication Date – 18/03/2021
Categories – Childrens Non Fiction

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