Top 5: Street Art

Highlights from the Street Art auction

February 12, 2024

A selection of five works from the Street Art auction on February 22.

An original Banksy aerosol painting, featuring a rat with a boombox below the word "Live," reportedly executed on a British Telecom street box in Liverpool, England, during the 2004 Liverpool Biennial contemporary art festival.

The artwork was documented in the Banky's own publication, "Cut It Out" (Paranoid Pictures, 2004).

Accompanied by a copy of the book.

Year: 2011
Medium: hand-pulled screenprint on Coventry Rag paper
Edition: one of three artist's proofs, signed and numbered "A/P 1/3" in silver marker

An original aerosol painting on glass, executed by Banksy as part of his “Turf War” exhibition, which was staged in an abandoned London warehouse in the summer of 2003.

A gold ring previously owned by Andy Warhol, with a decorative star engraving to the top and shield engravings to the sides.

Weight: 20 grams

Provenance: Partial Lot 51, Sotheby's, "The Andy Warhol Collection," December 4, 1988

The mosaic (designated POTI_50) was affixed to the side of a building on Roncal Street (across from the Plaza Waychu) in Potosi, Bolivia in 2022 as part of Invader's 4,000th art installation series. Potosi was picked as the destination for the artist's 4,000th installation because the altitude of the historic mining town is 4,000 feet high.

Elvis Presley 3D Leather Artwork by Jeff Hamilton And Fraser “Art Lord” Crawley
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