banksy Choose your Weapon Purple

Banksy Choose your Weapon Purple

Hand signed in Sky Purple, and numbered xx/25 in purple, ball point pen

Medium: 5 Color Screen-print, on wove paper, with full margins
Date: 2010
Provenance: published by Pictures on Walls, London (with the accompanying Certificate of Authenticity)
Sheet Size: 60 x 60 cm (23 5/8 x 23 5/8 in); S. 70 x 70 cm (27 1/2 x 27 1/2 in)
Condition: Excellent condition, unframed.

Comments:Banksy`s new collection of prints 2010. Genuine hand signed and hand numbered silkscreen print. Bought from POW. This is a Rare and Limited edition of only 25.

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Banksy Choose your weapon in Dark Orange:

Banksy’s much anticipated ‘Choose Your Weapon’ print was released by Pictures on Walls at their East London gallery, Marks & Stencils in Soho and through an online lottery. 450 prints priced at £450 and over 15 colours were released in total. Four other print colours were produced too (Gold, Silver, White and Warm Grey – more on these below). At POW’s East London gallery there were scenes of absolute bedlam as a huge queue formed outside the gallery from 10pm on Friday when the news hit peoples inboxes. Many had been erroneously tipped off about the relases and had started queuing over at Marks and Stencils in Soho early on Friday. Throughout the night and early morning there weere reports of fights, thugs pushing in to the front and scalpers hiring whole crews to stand in line. Many of the Choose Your Weapon prints sold by POW over the weekend rapidly found their way onto eBay with some reported sales rising to £10,000. At POW: 25 prints in the following colours: Bright Pink; Bright Purple; Dark Orange; Khaki; Light Orange; Slate; Soft Yellow; and Turquoise. At Marks & Stencils in Soho (released suddenly on Saturday morning after the queue chaos in East London): 25 prints in Lemon; Olive and Magenta. Online lottery: 75 prints in Grey and 25 prints in Red; Sky Blue; and Green VIP: The special Gold and Silver and White prints were given out to a handful of lucky people. “Queue edition”: An edition of 58 prints in a different shade of grey, sold to customers who complained to POW about missing out due to Queue Jumping.