Banksy Rats & More

A selection of Banksy Rats & Pieces in London

By Global Street Art Foundation

Mural by Banksy, Banksy, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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A doctored Banksy near City Road ion East London

Mural by Banksy (UK), Banksy (UK), 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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Still in Islington, near where the Banksy Cafe used to be (a cafe opened next to the cash machine piece). This wider shot will help you find it! 

Mural by Banksy (UK), Banksy (UK), 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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An undoctored rat in Islington - faded after so many years! 

Mural by Banksy (UK), Banksy (UK), 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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A tiny 'You Lie' rat fading away only a stone's throw from Liverpool Street Station. Its still there but hard to find! 

Mural by Banksy (UK), Banksy (UK), 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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This piece was up near Tottenham if I'm not mistaken. No matter though - the next time I saw it it had been cut out of the wall and presented in a hotel on the Strand. You couldn't make this up! 

Mural by Banksy (UK), Banksy (UK), 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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Painted by Banksy for Blur's album cover eons ago. It depicts the royal family on a balcony and was almost wrecked as the wall was repainted. 

Mural by Banksy (UK), Banksy (UK), 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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A close-up of the royals! 

Mural by Banksy, Banksy, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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A classic piece that was painted, defaced and restored a few times over. Great use of the wire cover as a flagpole. Always great when someone takes the time to use the features of the wall! 

Mural by Banksy, Banksy, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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The Banksy on Pollard Row - the man sitting down has been heavily defaced but you still get the point. It was a ballsy piece at the time and is still a great piece of street art. 

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