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Banksy Brings Awareness to France with Steve Jobs Piece

Mixing art and awareness in a relatable location.

The mysterious Banksy has returned with another one of his unforgettable pieces. This time around Banksy provides awareness in relation to the Syrian refugee crisis by using an image of Steve Jobs. With Jobs being the son of a Syrian refugee, it plays into the awareness being made along with it also being located in France’s widely known Calais refugee camp. Upon its release, Banksy captioned his latest piece with “the son of a migrant from Syria” on his website. Jobs is represented by Banksy while holding one of the original Macs with a sack-like bag in his other hand. View the piece above and stay tuned for more from Banksy.

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