Banksy

A selection of Banksy products from the Wall Graffitti Shop in Bethlehem, Palestine, directly opposite the the Segregation Wall and near the checkpoint.

In August 2005, Banksy visited Palestine where he painted with his team 7 large murals on the West Bank Wall also referred to as the Segregation Wall.
Banksy’s feelings about the barrier are made explicit in a statement which says the wall “essentially turns Palestine into the world’s largest open prison.”

On Banksy’s website, readers are reminded that Israel’s 425-mile-long West Bank barrier, separating Israel from the Palestinian territories, is considered illegal by the United Nations. See Banksy explained