Nola (Green to Blue)
Banksy released a set of extremely limited Nola AP (Artist Proof) print runs with 6 different multi-coloured rain colour ways directly to VIP collectors.
1 availableNola AP (Green to Blue) - Signed
Nola (Green to Blue) works
In 2008, Banksy painted the streets of the city with murals as a response to the ineffectual clean-up operation in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Hurricane Gustav was on its way, prompting a mass evacuation of the city – and it was with this backdrop that Nola first appeared on one of its street corners. A subsequent print was followed by special editions and artists’ proofs, of which those with rainbow rain are the most sought after.
‘Umbrella Girl’ - 1098 Kerlerec Street, New Orleans
The original painting first appeared in 2008 in the streets of Louisiana during Banksy's residency in which he painted over 14 murals across the state. The 'Umbrella Girl' piece on Kerlerec Street, New Orleans, instantly became an icon and it is the only one still remaining.