Banksy’s No Ball Games street piece appeared on Tottenham High Road London in 2009. Depicting two children playing catch with a No Ball Games sign, the piece has arguably become Banksy’s most famous and controversial to date.
It was removed in July 2013 to be auctioned and exhibited in The Sincura Group’s “Stealing Banksy” show. In signature style, Banksy condemned the show remarking "Banksy would like to make it clear - this show has nothing to do with me and I think it's disgusting people are allowed to go displaying art on walls without getting permission."
No Ball Games is signed and numbered by the artist and comes from an edition of 250. It is accompanied by a Signed and Stamped Certificate of Authenticity (COA) from Pest Control.
Medium: Screen Print
Signed, Numbered, Dated