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Moona Lisa

Nick Walker
2007
Prints
Serigraph on paper
75 x 55.5 x 0 cm
Hand Signed
31 of 125
Limited edition
Excellent
Available For Sale
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Arty-Fact: Unframed, professionally packed, stored flat in humidity controlled art storage facility, condition report available upon request; Arty-Fact: She (Moona Lisa) had quite an interesting backstory. One day, (Nick) Walker, Banksy and artist Paul Insect were talking in Paul’s studio. “Banksy said, ‘I don’t reckon anything else can be done with the Mona Lisa,” recalled Walker. “He brings out this picture. It’s this fat, fat Mona Lisa eating a donut. Nah, it’s already been done. He brings out another. Nah, it’s already been done. Ya see? Nothing more can be done. I kept thinking, nah, he’s gotta be wrong!” Weeks later, it hit him. “Add one more O, and she becomes a mooner. Moona Lisa. She’s a mooner! The reason why she’s smiling is because she’s just about to turn around and show her ass. So, that’s how that came about.” Source: ANIMAL

About The Artist

Nick Walker is a British established graffiti artist credited with introducing stencil graffiti to Bristol in the early 1990s, helping develop the movement since. Read More

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