Banksy-West Bank Wall Forestl, Jerusalem

Against the Wall: Graffiti Art in Palestine

In 2005, Banksy travelled to the West Bank, where he painted the security fence at Bethlehem with a trompe-l’oeil scene of a hole in the concrete barrier, revealing a beach on the other side; it looked as if someone had dug through to paradise."     Read more http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2007/05/14/070514fa_fact_collins#ixzz1oE9rF9qc

Banksy Was Here

In 2005, Banksy travelled to the West Bank, where he painted the security fence at Bethlehem with a trompe-l’oeil scene of a hole in the concrete barrier, revealing a beach on the other side; it looked as if someone had dug through to paradise." Read more http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2007/05/14/070514fa_fact_collins#ixzz1oE9rF9qc

The Walled-Off Hotel: Banksy-Designed Rooms Overlook West Bank Barrier

The Walled-Off Hotel: Banksy-Designed Rooms Overlook West Bank Barrier

Banksy x West Bank

Banksy x West Bank

Some sources report that the British graffiti artist Banksy made only 6 graffiti in the Occupied Territories. Here are at pieces of art from the West Bank (most of them, on the Separation Wall) that are often attributed to the master's hand.

Inside this wall stood a tower over 3.6 metres (12 ft) high, containing an internal staircase with 22 stone steps. The wall and tower have no known precedent in human culture, and would have taken a hundred men more than a hundred days to construct. - Old Tower in Jericho - Israel

Inside this wall stood a tower over 3.6 metres (12 ft) high, containing an internal staircase with 22 stone steps. The wall and tower have no known precedent in human culture, and would have taken a hundred men more than a hundred days to construct. - Old Tower in Jericho - Israel

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