The second edition of “Wall and piece” was published in 2006. It is basically a summary of the “three little black books”. Wall and piece became a major bestseller and a “must have” for a initiated Banksy follower.
Cut it Out was the last of the three little black books. Contains some interesting street art, loads of rats and a few nice canvases. Among them “Suicide bombers just need a hug”, from the Turf War exhibition.
Big rat in Liverpool
The longest painting in Briitain
Suicide bombers just need a hug
Banksy’s second book sees the light in May 2002 and is heavier on rats than his first. “Like most people I have a fantasy that all the little powerless losers will gang up together. That all the vermin will get some good equipment and then the underground will go overground and tear the city apart”
Banksy publishes his first book of four up to date: “Banging your head against a brick wall” contains some very well written texts along images of his most prominent street art and some interesting originals. 54 pages in B&W. Some curious highlights: