YardArt - Banksy

YardArt – Features Original Limited Addition Reproduction of Banksy Classics

The Art For Outdoor Living!

We are delighted to offer a collection of original limited-edition reproduction of world famous Banksy Classics

In 2021 YARDART was given the opportunity to work alongside Brandler Galleries to produce 3 original reproduction pieces of Banskys greatest artwork, HeartBoy, Hula Girl & Season Greetings, for the Art Exhibition in Bury St Edmunds last year.

With an absolutely fantastic response to these Limited Edition Reproductions, YARDART prides themselves on not only producing luxury & unique art for outdoors, but also building a platform for fresh & upcoming artists & of course the more publicly recognised creatives.

Banksy - Hula Girl (certified copy 18 of 25)

Hula Hooping Girl is a piece of street art, created by Banksy. On 13 October 2020.

The work is painted onto a wall at the side of a beauty salon in Nottingham. It depicts a young girl hula-hooping with a bicycle tire, next to a bicycle that is missing its rear wheel, attached to a nearby signpost.

Bankey season Greetings Small (certified copy 10 of 25)

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Size 1000 x 475 x 8mm

 

 

Banksy - HeartBoy (certified copy 18 of 25)

We are delighted to offer a collection of original limited-edition reproduction of world famous Banksy “HeartBoy”

Each Banksy design is printed onto YARDARTS high quality outdoor grade 8mm acrylic using their state-of-the-art print technology ensuring they are waterproof, uv resistant, fadeproof, highly durable and long lasting in all weathers.

‘Heartboy‘ was originally painted on a 7-foot wall in Goswell Road, Islington by the artist but the demolition of the building in 2009 led to the removal and conservation of the mural.

“Heartboy” was then showcased at Amsterdams Moco Museum and has never been exhibited in London until now.

John Brandler owner of Brandler Galleries purchased the mural from the museum and is pleased to be exhibiting the artworks and collaborating with us at YARDART – The Leading Outdoor Wall Art Company

Banksy - Seasons Greetings, Extra Large (certified copy 17 of 25)

We are delighted to be launching the original limited-edition reproduction of world famous Banksy “Seasons Greeting”  in association with Brandler Galleries.

Each Banksy design is printed onto YARDARTS high quality outdoor grade 8mm acrylic using their state-of-the-art print technology ensuring they are waterproof, uv resistant, fadeproof, highly durable and long lasting in all weathers. 

“Seasons Greetings”  had never been exhibited in London until now. 

John Brandler owner of Brandler Galleries purchased the mural and is pleased to be exhibiting the artworks and collaborating with us at YARDART – The Leading Outdoor Wall Art Company

We have now released the first set of ‘Seasons Greeting’  and producing ONLY 25copies. So get in quick… 

THE MEGA SIZE: 2000MM X970MM X8MM – AS SEEN AT MOYSES HALL MUSEUM, BURY ST EDMUNDS

Each design comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Brandler Galleries, in addition a print of the certificate will be on the back of each edition.

We are also excited to announce SEASONS GREETINGS piece will be showcased in the Banksy Room at the MOMENTS exhibition, Bury St Edmunds.

This is a once in a lifetime, never to be repeated art investment by one of the most iconic street artists of our time…bringing Banksy’s art back to where it belongs… Outside!

 

ABOUT SEASONS GREETINGS

The Banksy appeared just before Christmas 2018 in Taibach, close to the Tata steelworks. From one angle, it shows a child in a bobble hat with a sled, apparently enjoying a snow shower and trying to catch the flakes on their tongue. But from another, it becomes clear that what is falling on the child is a shower of ash.

Banksy confirmed the work was his by releasing a video of the mural accompanied by the Christmas song Little Snowflake.

Brandler bought the Banksy before seeing it in the flesh but said he believed it was one of the artist’s best. “I’m so pleased to have this piece,” he said. “It’s not one of his most valuable but I think it’s one of his most powerful. It’s so 21st century, so poignant. I like his punchy pieces best and this is one of them.”