About Mighty Jaxx Statue – Liberty Girl – Brandalised
This Mighty Jaxx Statue is a collaboration with Brandalised called: Liberty Girl which is inspired by the iconology+aesthetics of the infamously anonymous “Banksy“.
Is this the majestic symbol of freedom you’re looking for? Following up on the incredible Kissing Coppers piece comes the instantly recognisable Liberty Girl figure. Having made its debut at Culture Cartel 2019 to rapturous success, now is your only chance to grab this highly sought after piece.
Don’t miss your chance to own this remarkable piece of art that is now immortalised as a special edition Polystone figure. More details on Mighty Jaxx Statue – Liberty Girl – Brandalised:
- Dimensions: 10″ (25.4 cm)
- Material: Polystone Art Toy
- Limited Edition
- Licensed by Brandalised™ © MMXIX Full Colour Black Ltd.
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.