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Graffiti Girl. Fame
Fame is both a 1908s popular tv drama/film which in many ways prescient as it preempted the overwhelming modern obsession with fame for fame's sake. The great David Bowie sang in his song Fame: 'Fame puts you there where things are hollow.' This card illustrates the lack of education, the hunger for fame above all else, a modern disease.

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Graffiti Girl. Anyone who uses the word chillaxe 2

In this Banksy card our innocent girl is using the word 'chillaxe' which is a 21st century made-up word of Chill and Relax and used by foolish people. See David Cameron: 'If there was an Olympic gold medal for ''chillaxing' ... Telegraph

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Graffiti Girl. Anyone who uses the word chillaxe

In this Banksy card our innocent girl is using the word 'chillaxe' which is a 21st century made-up word of Chill and Relax and used by foolish people. See David Cameron: 'If there was an Olympic gold medal for ''chillaxing' ... Telegraph

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Graffiti Girl. boyfriend

There comes a time in a girl's life when an obsession is born, often with a member of the opposite sex. In this card we see her trying to spell out the ubiquitous Peter Andre's name, but unable to spell it instead declares her love John – much easier to spell. John may also be a better singer.

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Graffiti Girl. I want to be rich...

In this card our innocent girl is making a statement in which she is unconsciously filtering the explosive message the media and interweb is forcing down the throats of our children: the redundant path in which fame and money are seen as objects in their own right. The humour is in the misspelling of the word 'posse' which in the modern vernacular means a gang, but in this misspelling means something altogether different.

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Graffiti Girl. Banksy satire

In this Banksy card our innocent girl is angry. She does not know the meaning of the word 'satire' and presumes it is something that is bad. Of course, satire means 'the use of humour, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule... particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues.' In terms of Banks's art it the use of the word is correct.

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Graffiti Girl. Banksy can F*** Off

This card can be seen as tension between the perceived innocence of a young girl and her graffiti both as an act and as a personal response to the increasingly complex social structure and consumer world. Or it can be seen as a card that makes you laugh. Either way this card is a best seller.

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Graffiti Girl. Banksy has lost his aesthetic faculties.

In this Banksy card our innocent girl is using the word 'aesthetic' which is a beautiful word. She is making a statement that is far beyond her years and this tension adds weight to the statement. Has Banksy lost his aesthetic faculties?

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Graffiti Girl. Banksy has lost his aesthetic faculties. eCard

In this Banksy card our innocent girl is using the word 'aesthetic' which is a beautiful word. She is making a statement that is far beyond her years and this tension adds weight to the statement. Has Banksy lost his aesthetic faculties?

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Graffiti Girl. Banksy can F*** Off E-card

This card can be seen as tension between the perceived innocence of a young girl and her graffiti both as an act and as a personal response to the increasingly complex social structure and consumer world. Or it can be seen as an E-card that makes you laugh. Either way this E-card is a best seller.

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Graffiti Girl. Banksy Satire E-Card

In this Banksy E-Card our innocent girl is angry. She does not know the meaning of the word 'satire' and presumes it is something that is bad. Of course, satire means 'the use of humour, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule... particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues.' In terms of Banks's art it the use of the word is correct.

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Graffiti Girl. I want to be rich... E-Card

In this E-Card our innocent girl is making a statement in which she is unconsciously filtering the explosive message the media and interweb is forcing down the throats of our children: the redundant path in which fame and money are seen as objects in their own right. The humour is in the misspelling of the word 'posse' which in the modern vernacular means a gang, but in this misspelling means something altogether different.

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Graffiti Girl. Anyone who uses the word chillaxe E-Card

In this Banksy card our innocent girl is using the word 'chillaxe' which is a 21st century made-up word of Chill and Relax and used by foolish people. See David Cameron: 'If there was an Olympic gold medal for ''chillaxing' ... Telegraph

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Graffiti Girl. boyfriend E-Card

There comes a time in a girl's life when an obsession is born, often with a member of the opposite sex. In this card we see her trying to spell out the ubiquitous Peter Andre's name, but unable to spell it instead declares her love John – much easier to spell. John may also be a better singer.

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Graffiti Girl. Fame E-Card
Fame is both a 1908s popular tv drama/film which in many ways prescient as it preempted the overwhelming modern obsession with fame for fame's sake. The great David Bowie sang in his song Fame: 'Fame puts you there where things are hollow.' This E-Card illustrates the lack of education, the hunger for fame above all else, a modern disease.

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