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Banksy - Trolley Hunter - 2007 - Screenprint on Paper - 76 cm x 56 cm - 30 inch x 22 inch - Ministry of Walls Street Art Gallery - The Urban Art Broker - Shop


Britain’s now-legendary “guerilla” street artist, Banksy, has painted the walls, streets and bridges of cities around the world. He not only smuggled his works into four of New York’s most important art museums. He also “hung” his work at London’s Tate Gallery and decorated the barrier in the West Bank with satirical images. Banksy’s identity remains unknown, but his work is unique. His prints sell for up to 65,000 dollars.

Banksy is a UK-based graffiti artist, political activist and film director with an unknown identity. Evidence from a newspaper survey in 2008 and a study with a geographical profile in 2016 suggest that he is Robin Gunningham.

His satirical street art and subversive epigrams combine dark humor with graffiti in an incomparable stencil technique. His political and social commentaries show on streets, walls and bridges of cities around the world. Banksy’s works were created from the Bristol underground scene, where artists and musicians worked together. Observers have found that his style reminds of Blek le Rat, who began working with stencils in Paris in 1981. Banksy says he was inspired by “3D”, a graffiti artist who later became a founding member of Massive Attack, an English musical group.

He shows his art on publicly visible surfaces, such as walls and homemade physical props. Banksy doesn’t sell photographs or reproductions of his street graffiti, but art auctioneers are known for trying to sell his street art locally and leaving the problem of distance in the hands of the winner.


Otto Alexis Schade López, better known as Otto Schade, or simply OSCH, is a Chilean-German architect and artist. He is known above all for his unique paintings in which he perfectly combines abstract and surreal art. He is also an enthusiastic street artist, photographer and sculptor and has even done some collage, print, drawing and installation work.

Otto Schade was born in Chile on 30 October 1971. His talent was already visible at a young age when he started drawing. Otto spent his studies at Bio University, studying architecture, building and design in Concepcion, Chile. He never had a art education, but sometime after completing his studies in 1995 he took oil painting lessons. This helped him to grow his artistic skills.

Although Otto has received various awards for his architectural performance in public and private projects, the Chilean artist finds his greatest passion in painting. Schade tries with his work of art to “break through the planeness of a canvas”, as he puts it. His style blends the boundaries between surrealism and abstraction. It enables him to show his obsessions and dreams perfectly. In the abstract part of his pictures Schade experiments with layers and creates depth in his three-dimensional images. Sometimes his artwork is inspired by political themes. Growing up under Pinochet’s dictatorship, Schade learned to think as a rebel and produce his work as a reaction to a system.

Otto’s paintings are unique in style with a clever technique – often characterized by ribbons painted in layers to create his pictures. As his greatest source of inspiration he names painters such as Salvador Dali, Max Ernst, M. C. Escher and Roberto Matta. The effect of these artists on Otto is especially visible in his surrealistic paintings.

Blek Le Rat - 'Classical with Violin' - Silver Screen Print 90cm x 140cm = 35" x 55" #10 from an edition of 15 Pencil Signed and blind stamped with the Subliminal Projects stamp. This print was released on the occasion of the solo exhibition at Subliminal Projects. - Ministry of Walls - The Urban Art Broker


Blek le Rat (real name: Xavier Prou) was born in 1951 in Boulogne-Billancourt, France. He is regarded as the forefather of stencil art (street art) in public space. Although punks had already used this technique to spread their graffiti before him. The pseudonym is based on the French comic character “Blek le Roc”.

He studied graphic art and then architecture at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris from 1971 to 1983. Blek le Rat first began together with his friend Gérard Dumas as the artist duo BLEK. In October 1981, they first tried to spray a freehand piece, but in his eyes this failed completely. After that he works with the stencil technique, which he has seen before. His first motifs were small-format works such as rats, tanks and bananas. At the end of 1983 the duo BLEK separated and Xavier Prou adopted the name BLEK LE RAT.

Also in 1983, he sprayed his first large-format stencil. It shows an old man from Northern Ireland scolding British soldiers in an umbrella cap. He was using a photograph from the French newspaper “Libération” as motif. Many other large-format works followed. From 1983, other pochoirists followed his example. The École de Blek le Rat postulated by the French newspaper “Le Monde” in 1987 included the pochoirists Jérome Mesnager, Marie Rouffet and many more.
In addition to his hometown of Paris, he has worked in cities such as Berlin, Cologne, Leipzig, Wiesbaden, London, New York, San Francisco, Florence, Naples, Lisbon, Buenos Aires, Marrakesh and Munich.

Inkie - Ink Nouveau Aqua - 2015 - Spraypaint and Acrylics on Canvas - 50 cm x 40 cm - 20 inch x 16 inch - Ministry of Walls Street Art Gallery - The Urban Art Broker - Shop


Inkie is considered part of Bristol’s graffiti heritage together with Banksy, 3D and Nick Walker. He is popular for combining Art Nouveau influences with an urban touch. In addition to producing Street Art, he has also worked as a designer for a number of famous game companies. He also designs illustrations, prints and clothing. His influences come from a variety of sources including punk rock culture, Mayan architecture and Islamic geometry. His works have been praised and judged at the same time, but his art certainly makes a strong impression.

The artist originally came from Clifton, Bristol. There he began his artistic career in the early 1980s as a member of the Crime Incorporated Crew (CIC) in 1983 together with Felix and Joe Braun. He was influenced by New York/Brooklyn artists such as Goldie and The Chrome Angels as well as others. For Inkie, graffiti is a challenge that always leads him to do something better. This is how, as he says in an interview, street art allows his lettering and bold symbolic images to become noticeably. Large-format, colorful and unique images were shown on the city walls, inspired by crystals. They were also inspired by Victor Horta’s architecture, but also by natural elements around the author. In 1989 the artist took part in the World Street Art Championship. There he took second place against strong opponents from all parts of Europe and the USA.

In 1989, the highly talented artist was considered king of Operation Anderson, the UK’s largest graffiti bust of all time, for which he was arrested along with 72 other writers. This was later documented by BBC2 in the show Drawing the Line. In the 90’s he moved to London where he worked with the legendary Banksy.

Nick Flatt - Rebel - 160 x 120cm - Ministry of Walls Street Art Gallery - The Urban Art Broker


In this era of consumerism and massive advertising, it takes a lot to see the most important things in life. His photorealistic painting fits in perfectly with the idea of the American Dream, because it allows him to replicate almost identical scenes from the commercials. He creates them in a way that does not create the desire for something. In fact, he creates a certain degree of discomfort. His pieces may seem provocative and vulgar, but the whole picture is hidden behind them. An image that criticizes all the bad things that happen today. As well as all the shattered dreams all over the world. Furthermore, all the injustices that are more present today than ever.

Flatt believes that ordinary people love photorealism. This is the kind of painting that is easiest for the eyes and has some kind of magic. He works with models that are physically very similar to those in mainstream advertising. Flatt addresses the viewer’s imagination and need for consumption. The idea is to exaggerate the messages in the commercials to the point of discomfort. By making aggressive sexual gestures, facial expressions and poses, all this perfection seems almost wrong.

Nick Flatt had a difficult childhood because his family lived in a caravan. However, like everyone else, the story of an American dream was accompanied by all the commercials. He studied at the San Francisco Academy of Art, but retired and returned home to live with his parents. Only by moving to Germany and looking at his home country from a distance he could see behind the commercials. The art scene in Berlin is different from that in the USA because there is not so much money involved. There is much more honesty between the artists and the support is unbelievable.

D*Face - Cli-Che - 2007 - Screenprint on Paper - 98 cm x 68 cm - 39 inch x 27 inch - Ministry of Walls Street Art Gallery - The Urban Art Broker - Shop


Dean Stockton is an English multimedia street artist who uses spray paint, stickers, posters and stencils.
“D*Face”, also known as Dean Stockton, grew up in London and had an interest in graffiti as a child. He attended an illustration and design course and worked as a freelance illustrator/designer while improving his street art work. Among the influences were Shepard Fairy’s “Obey Giant” art campaign, Jim Philips, hip-hop, punk music and popular cartoons.

His first major London solo show, Death & Glory, was at Stolenspace Gallery, which sold out in October 2006. Since then, his exhibitions have included the solo exhibition Eyecons in March 2007 at O Contemporary in Brighton, also a sold-out exhibition. This included new paintings, an installation and two prints – by Kurt “Kant Complain” and Cli-Che.

D*Face owned and curated the Outside Institute, London’s first contemporary art gallery focusing on street art. 2005, the Outside Institute moved and renamed itself the Stolen Space Gallery. In 2010 he collaborated with Christina Aguilera on her album cover of Bionic. Moreover, in October 2013, D*Face participated in art wars at the Saatchi Gallery curated by Ben Moore. The artist was given a Stormtrooper helmet, which he transformed into a work of art. The prize went to the Missing Tom Fund, founded by Ben Moore, to find his brother Tom, who has been missing for over ten years. The work was also shown on the Regents Park platform as part of Art Below Regents Park.

Cosmo Sarson - Screaming Pope and Breakdancing Jesus - 2015 - Oil Paint on MDF-Board - 104 cm x 145 cm - 41 inch x 57 inch - Ministry of Walls Street Art Gallery - The Urban Art Broker - Shop


Cosmo Sarson, born and raised in London, started as a child with graffiti and breakdance. He started breakdancing in 1983. Cosmo Sarson then studied fine arts at the Byam Shaw School of Art. He added traditional artistic disciplines to his graffiti skills and achieved early success.

Cosmo Sarson worked with oils and gouache and began exploring themes related to hip hop culture. This resulted in almost trompe l’oeil images of break dancers, skateboarders and bmx riders. He stopped painting in 1997 and hung up his brushes after a solo exhibition in Regents Street. Until 2009 he stayed out of the art scene where he was friends with the then relatively unknown Nick Walker and Ben Eine.

Between 97 and 09 he found work as an art director in advertising and then as a scene artist on the film set. He painted everything from large scenic backgrounds to old masterpieces hanging as requisites, from murals to graffiti. His now famous painting “Breakdancing Jesus” was one of the ideas Cosmo Sarson had in the 12 dark years when he had no atelier.

Several of Cosmo’s riot-related works were painted on unusual materials. These include a series of police forces painted on reflective material with hi-viz effect. Often the materials such as hoodies, denim and tracksuits relate to the theme. The British artist made the headlines with his huge 28-foot mural of “Breakdancing Jesus – the Salute”, created with over 1 kilo of gold glitter on a prestigious Bristol wall.