Banksy's Union Jack Child Labor Stencil in London

Located on Turnpike Lane in London, world-renowned street artist Banksy‘s latest coincides with Queen Elizabeth II’s 60-year reign as part of the royal Jubilee Celebration to mark the occasion. Utilizing the Union Jack that has been draped across a wall, Banksy applied his signature stencil to put a necessary spotlight on child labor issues that are a pervasive problem. Even after worldwide acclaim and gallery shows that have earned him millions of dollars, it seems the Bristol-born artist hasn’t grown tired of what got him noticed in the first place. What do you think?

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