Rare KAWS, Banksy, & More Artworks Hit Auction for Upwards of $41,000 USD

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Leading online auction house Paddle8 recently commenced its Street Art sale spotlighting a handful of rare pieces by renowned contemporary artists. Limited sculptures and paintings by KAWS, Banksy, JR, Takashi Murakami, Invader, Revok, Mr. Brainwash, Parra, D*Face, Paul Insect, Hebru Brantley, Retna as well as Shepard Fairey are included in the sale. Noteworthy pieces include KAWS’ 4-Foot Dissected Companion with a current bid of approximately $41,000 USD, JR’s The Wrinkles of The City mixed media artwork for $30,000 USD, and Banksy’s Monkey Queen screen print for $16,000 USD.

Head over to Paddle8 to see the full selection of artworks on auction and expect the sale to conclude this March 5. Just days ago, KAWS debuted a huge new SMALL LIE Companion sculpture at the Hamad International Airport in Qatar.

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