This image, by one of the most world renown street artists "Banksy", is entitled "Mural". It depicts a maid with her cleaning tools, seemingly lifting the white of the wall to put the dirt under. She suggestively looks at the viewer, pointing "under" the layer of paint. It reflects upon the saying "To brush something under the carpet" meaning to swiftly hiding or dismissing a problem, as one would brush dirt under the carpet to not have to deal with realistically getting rid of it. In this case the maid lifts the white color off a brick wall. The white of the wall seems to be symbolizing the polish that politicians, the media and we ourselves use to portray reality in our minds, so that we do not have to face the issues and problems of the world, the "ugly" raw brick wall. The maid, a member of a lower social class, is smiling and offering the viewer a loop hole to hide their own dirty problems under, to seem like a perfect, white wall. The maid in herself is standing on the polished side of the wall. She is the romanticized version of how we like to view lower classes, historically in this case. She is our maid, we become royalty of some sort. She is happy to help us blind ourselves against the issues of the lower class.