In this 2004 print, a wild-cat has escaped from a van that is shrewdly fashioned in the form of a barcode. This not only compares the commercialism of barcodes to a kind of prison, but it also taps into the way that animals are kept captive within the conventions of human society.


  • Artist: Banksy
  • Year: 2004
  • Medium: Screen Print on Paper (Unsigned.)
  • Size: 50cm x 70cm
  • Edition: Edition of 750


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