About Graffiti Greeting Card – Flower Bomber – Inspired by Banksy
This Graffiti Greeting Card is environmentally friendly. The paper is from a sustainable source and the inks that were used are purely vegetable oil based. The pre-press including plate making is completely chemical free using no developers or fixers and leaves no waste liquids whatsoever. Any aluminum plates used were recycled. The Flower Bomber is probably one of the most well known Banksy graffiti, featuring heavily in his “Wall and Peace” book (2005). The image is seen in Jerusalem, preserved by a perspex overlay, but the location is a particularly prominent to the meaning of the picture: peace. More details about Banksy Graffiti Greeting Card – Flower Bomber:
- Card Dimensions: 7″ x 5″ Inches
- This Card is supplied with a colour matched envelope and is sealed in a cellophane bag.
- All cards are printed in the UK on high quality card stock and are blank inside
- This greeting card is environmentally friendly.
While to this day the person known as Banksy is yet to be identified, we can still understand and chart much of the person’s history and repertoire. Banksy began their artwork in 1990 as a freehand graffiti artist, under the umbrella Crew of the Bristol DryBreadZ. Inspired by a plethora of local street artists and interested in breaking into the underground scene, Banksy was heavily influenced by local talents such as the artists Nick Walker, Inkie, and 3D. Around this time and while tagging many areas around Bristol, Banksy met the photographer Steve Lazarides who would become Banksy’s agent. Lazarides would take this opportunity to sell Banksy’s art through his various channels. Utilizing these stencils for their artwork, Banksy has made numerous pieces that are scattered around the UK, all of which usually contain an anti-war, anti-establishment, or anti-capitalist message. Their work endures to this day, and Banksy continually presents their art around the world not only in street art form but also with galleries and exhibitions.