Graffik Gallery

Banksy - Bomb Hugger - Unsigned


Screen print in colours
50 x 70 cm
Unsigned edition of 600

Excellent condition
COA included

History information:

Bomb Hugger, also known as Bomb Girl or Bomb Love, is an early Banksy image of a girl hugging a deadly weapon that has become iconic and explores the dichotomy of the love and war – a subject the artist has made a number of works about.

Bomb Hugger features in Banksy’s autobiographical book Wall and Piece published in 2005. At the time 150 signed screenprints were released as a limited edition along with 600 unsigned screenprints. Originally the screenprint came in one single colourway – fluorescent pink. Over the years Banksy reproduced the image in many different formats, on canvas or on placards on the occasion of anti-war protests.

Fact file: Bomb Hugger 
Edition Size: 750
Signed: 150
Unsigned: 600
Artist Proofs: Yes
Year: 2003
Medium: Silk Screen Print on wove paper in colours - Pictures on Walls, London
Size: 70 x 50 cm
Signature and numbering on the right



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