Banksy’s Black Bobby (2003) headlined a sale of street art in LA on May 11, achieving $75,000.
This work was featured in Banksy's first Australian exhibition
The work was created for the artist’s first major exhibition in Australia.
It’s spray painted on wood and originally formed part of a larger exhibit, where attendees to the show were encouraged to display their own artwork.
Banksy remains the world’s most bankable street artist, with many of his most recognisable works regularly topping $1m.
His record is $1.7m, set for Keep it Spotless – a piece created in collaboration with Damien Hirst.
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