The popular Bansky unsigned prints are based on the classic themes of Street Art by Banksy and his well-known graffiti; as the title suggests, these serigraphs are not signed but are still Banksy original artworks
Explore Toxic Mary, Queen Vic and many other acclaimed unsigned prints by the subversive and irreverent Street Art genius.
Many of Banksy's artworks are Unsigned Editions, namely unsigned prints without the artist's signature.
The first editions of Banksy's serigraphs were produced in both signed and unsigned exemplars.
In a later stage, the artist decided to sign some editions and to leave others unsigned. In any case, Banksy's signature on his artwork is not a determining feature for authenticity.
In fact, with the establishment of Pest Control, a company by law that authenticates his works, Banksy has created the system for certificating his works.
Therefore, there is no particular reason for the absence of a signature on the prints: it is Banksywho decides when to put a signature on his serigraphs and when not.
Banksy Unsigned Prints for Sale
The Gallery Deodato Arte offers various BanksyUnsigned Artworks for sale, including:
Queen Vic: the theme of morality that wins over freedom. Banksy represents the dualistic mentality of the society in which we live: Queen Victoria, who has become a symbol of the moment of greatest mental closure, is portrayed in the act of queening and in provocative clothing. With his pungent irony, Banksy criticizes Capitalism, Politics and Greed denouncing the autarkic and ignorant system in which we live.
Toxic Mary: also known as Virgin Mary. Banksy through this serigraph represents the essence of toxic religion: he illustrates an almost blasphemous criticism not only of a religious belief, but also of harmful family relationships. A double denunciation against the beliefs that parents transmit to their children without explanation. At the same time, the children are not able to reply and passively absorb any doctrine from the parent without a critical stance.
Barely Legal Print Set: six serigraphs created for the Barely Legal Show in Los Angeles in 2006. Grannies, Sale Ends, Applause, Trolley Hunters, Festival - Destroy Capitalism and Morons were initially produced in 500 exemplars. In a later stage, other prints for the same set were produced by the street artist, as the first were destroyed by Banksy himself. A direct but subtle work on the classic themes of the artist, for his social struggle against the injustices and brutalities of the world.