Artsy Fartsy – Pulp Fiction & Ozone’s Angel (Banksy)


Pulp Fiction is a piece that has a very interesting history. The first time Banksy put it up, the piece had the two main characters of the film pointing bananas instead of guns. Transport for London painted over it because it was “painted in an atmosphere of social decay.”

iCanvasART Pulp Fiction Bananas by Banksy Canvas Art Print, 26 by 18-Inch

Later, Banksy came back to the site and painted the two characters pointing real guns but dressed in banana suits. This new piece was painted over by graffiti artist Ozone who said at the time, “If it’s better next time, I’ll leave it” in the bottom corner.


A train later tragically killed Ozone, who was merely 19 years old. Banksy paid tribute to Ozone with a piece painted on that same spot of an angel wearing a bulletproof vest, holding a skull. On his website, Banksy wrote, “When we lost Ozone, we lost a fearless graffiti writer and as it turns out, a pretty perceptive art critic. Ozone—rest in peace.”


iCanvasART Banksy (Reproduction) Ozone’s Angel Canvas Art Print Poster #2042 60″x40″ 3 Piece

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Artsy Fartsy – Life is Beautiful (Banksy)



The mysterious graffiti artist Banksy, the most famous one in the world, has drawn the attention of people all over the world with his artwork in the streets of countless cities. Sometimes subversive and ironic, sometimes comical, but always fresh and original, Banksys art delivered once again with a visually stunning mural painting on a wall on West Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. The piece features a close-up profile of the pretty face of a woman of color with light brown skin, sleeked back black hair, shiny earrings, and a bright rose-colored flower in her hair. Her eyes are shut, and she appears to be singing or yelling with big, bold black letters in all caps written next to her face: LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL.

The meaning of the piece is unclear. It is worth noting that there appear to be bars on the wall covering a window between the woman’s face and the lettering, which call jail bars to mind, but perhaps the simple message next to the woman’s face says it all.

iCanvasART Life is Beautiful by Banksy Canvas Art Print, 40 by 26-Inch

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Artsy Fartsy – Four Seasons: Winter by Francois Boucher


This allegory of the cold months typifies the Rococo style of the 18th Century: instead of depicting nature or even agricultural labour, Boucher gives us a flirty duo sliding along in a golden sledge. (The female figure’s outfit, despite the fur, is definitely not weather-appropriate.) The painting was executed for Madame de Pompadour, Louis XV’s official mistress, and its irregular shape suggests that it probably hung above a door in one of her many residences.

Boucher (The Four Seasons: Winter, 1755) Canvas Art Print Reproduction (17×21.7 in) (43×55 cm)

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