19 thoughts on “Artwork of Ukrainian Banksy”

  1. Cool. I love the Stalin as a street sweeper, as an ex-member of the Canadian Communist Party (Moscow brand. Although in reality I’ve always been, and still am a Bakunin/Kropotkin anarchist), the vision of a megalomaniac like Stalin sweeping streets is funny. My very favorites are the old lady tagging “Punks Not Dead” by the cop, and the little girl tagging the anarchist “A”.

  2. Huh, that guy used a picture seen on here before as two of his cops! The PUNKS NOT DEAD cop, and the one that’s getting hit by a kid with a baseball bat both come from this photo:


    I’m not sure why I recognise this…

    • From what I see here, he seems a concerned “teenager” with a progressive mindset. This is only to be admired.

  3. Wonderful set! I do hope he’ll follow the success of his “big (British) brother” and fully comprehends the potential his work has in changing the sociopolitical status quo in Ukraine.

    Great Work

  4. Slight difference at all. Art is subjective, and of personal interpretation. Maybe I like what you consider “tagging” more than what you consider “graffiti?”

    Defacing property that does not belong to you is a crime – in any civilized country.

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