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Banksy’s Gross Domestic Product Shop

1st October 2019
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Being around the corner from our office, in the heart of Croydon, we thought we'd be helpful. Here are all of Banksy's products and what he says about them. (nb we'll be updating photos when possible)


A bit of old carpet painted to resemble the diabetes riddled corpse of Tony the tiger, this floor covering makes quite the conversation piece – especially if the conversation centres around the UK spending over £7.8million a year on tooth extractions for the under 5s.

Carpet with resin head.

Suitable for vegetarians. Signed.

Duck and cover

An updated version of the classic 70’s design classic of three flying ducks this relief wall decoration depicts a fleet of unmanned predator drones descending in formation.

Hand painted resin and signed.

Comes as a set of three


This is Banksy’s first experiment with a new technique for making prints – spray the stencil onto processing film and expose the result directly onto a silk screen. This avoids having to use photography or computer manipulation and creates a very accurate analogue representation of the mark making.

Looks pretty dope, in other words.

Comes as a set of three signed and numbered.

Grey Edition & B/W Hand finished Edition.

From an Edition

Early Learning Counting Set

Engage all your child’s learning muscles with this fun counting game. See how many figures they can fit in the truck while it makes a quick stop.

Wipe clean finish, contains small parts unsuitable for under 12’s.

Proceeds from the sale of this item are used to support migrant rescue missions in the Mediterranean. Italian courts have ruled this illegal so customers are advised the purchase of this item could constitute a criminal offence.

Soft Toys

This delightful wall-mounted collection of critters is perfect for the Blue Planet generation. Made from charity shop kids toys and genuine random beach detritus, so may contain germs/infectious substances.

Made as the toys become available.

Sold as a set of three. Signed.

Edition of 15


A high tensile tactical support grappling hook made from an old wooden cross. Comes with 20ft of knotted rope.

Not suitable for loads over 50kg.


Met Ball

This home entertainment lighting system is made from an old Police riot helmet and approximately 650 little mirrors.

Comes with heavy duty chain and motor, smoke grenade not included.

Signed on the inside.


What do you buy for the person who has everything? A 230kg reminder that you can’t take it with you. Hand carved by Banksy in a slab of Portland stone.

Collection only-from the quarry.


Welcome Mat

The hard wearing floor covering is hand stitched from life vests abandoned on the beaches of Lesvos by migrants crossing the Mediterranean. Customers are advised that they no longer constitute a valid buoyancy aid-although shockingly they never did – many are cheap fakes sold by people smugglers and don’t actually float.
To fabricate the mats Banksy has teamed up with the organisation ‘Love Welcomes’ who work with women in detainment camps in Greece. All proceeds are retained locally to help refugees access key services.

Ultra HD TV

Perfect for the snowflake generation, a 55 inch colour TV with a big Banksy painted on it. Whilst totally fine from an art point of view, this does not impair viewing quality.

Made to order when the used TV’s become available. Signed.

Edition of 3

‘Banksy Paint’

The artist is marketing this as a brand new product. It certainly isn’t an old can of paint with its label ripped off that he’s written his name on. Some contents may be missing.

Unlimited edition


Have you ever looked at Banksy’s art and thought – my kid could do that? Well so has Banksy and now they have. Required by a court to release a range of mugs and chinaware Banksy got the kids to do it, then signed the result. The set come fully glazed and features a charming spelling error.


A print made in homage to New York post-graffiti pioneer Jean Michel Basquiat. Banksy is apparently questioning the relentless commodification of Basquiat in recent times – by adding to the relentless commodification of Basquiat in recent times.

Screwed up Morissey poster

Celebrate the singer’s drift to the far right with this special collector’s item – a vintage Morrisey poster, screwed up into an angry ball.

Balloon Tee

The image has been the jewel in the crown of every Banksy bootlegger for the past 15 years.

Now the first official version comes with an actual jewel on it.

Screen printed on guilt-free fairtrade tee with pendant.

Shredded Tee

The same played-out old image, this time attacked with a knife by the artist. On-trend consumers might be aware that Vogue magazine calls ‘fringing’ a ‘hot rend’ this season. Shame we don’t ship until Christmas.

Screen printed on fair trade tee.

Probably not really machine washable now.


A version of the ‘John Bull’ English gents waistcoat updated for modern times. This customised body armour is capable of stopping bullets up to .45 calibre and is fully stab proof.

As worn by Stormzy at Glastonbury festival (because it’s very dangerous there).

Yet not machine washable.

Clutch Bag

This fashion-forward accessory is made from genuine real life house brick and is perfect for the kind of person who doesn’t carry much but might need to whack someone in the face.

Probably no less practical than the output of most haute couture fashion houses.


Are you the kind of person who likes their pets to come inert and table-mounted?Then this is the product for you. The futile pursuit of the unattainable cast in high quality resin. Requires no pump or filters, but includes decorative pot of fishfood.


Are you fed up with the soft furnishings trying to express feelings on your behalf? Then let these stencilled cushions make that clear. They come as a pair but might not match as they’re painted on finds from the charity shop.


Made in collaboration with Spanish artist Escif this hand made tool with a happy ending makes a fine decorative companion to fireside or radiator.

Made form polymer resin so not much good for actually chopping wood.

Baby Mobile

Banksy has created the ultimate ceiling mounted stimulus toy to prepare your little one for the journey ahead – a lifetime of constant scrutiny both state sanctioned and self imposed.

Doesn’t rotate well, some self assembly required.


Upcycled from an office supplies store, this timepiece features a trademark Banksy rat and is suitable for home, office or Home Office.

The precision mechanism requires 1xAA battery to accurately mark our relentless and steady ticking towards the great unknown.

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