Banksy is – as you maybe noticed – on a trip through the United States und Canada. Following LA, San Francisco, Detroit, Chicago and Toronto, the worlds most famous street artist recently visited Boston. In addition to that typical Banksy artworks, which work with a lot sarcasm and which you could find following his route, he left behind some very nice and inspiring large-scale painting, which were called the Banksy Child Drawing Series by the Wooster Collective.
The street artworks show stencil-sprayed kids in their self-painted dreamworld, as for example a teeny island or a very small house. I like them very well, but don’t really know what Banksy wants us to notice? Maybe he wants let us know that the urban space is not a child-friendly environment?! What do you think is the deeper meaning of the Banksy Child Drawing Series?