New artwork by street artist Banksy depicts a young girl from the musical Les Miserables with tears in her eyes as teargas moves towards her. It is the artist's latest work which aims to confront confronting the refugee crisis. Discover more...
The image, near the French Embassy in London, depicts the character Cosette from the musical Les Miserables as a refugee. It follows reports that French authorities used teargas and rubber bullets to clear sections of the camp earlier this month. An interactive QR code links visitors to a video of the clearance.
This image one, painted on a concrete bridge in December, depicts the late Steve Jobs, co-founder and CEO of Apple.
The image shows Jobs carrying a sack and a Macintosh computer. A caption of the image on the artist's website reads: "the son of a migrant from Syria."
This second image, found in the town center of Calais, is based on "The Raft of the Medusa" by French artist Theodore Gericault. In this, he substitutes the Argus ship with a ferry crossing the Channel.
A photo of the work appears on the artist's website, with the caption, "we're not all in the same boat." The image depicts migrants waving down a luxury yacht.
A third image which appeared by the coast shows a child with a suitcase looking through a telescope, which has a vulture perched on top of it.
A Banksy mural depicting pigeons holding anti-immigration signs was destroyed by the local council in Clacton-on-Sea, England in October after the council received complaints that the artwork was offensive.
In February 2015, the secretive street artist was in Beit Hanoun, Gaza. His mural, here, depicts children using an Israeli army watchtower as a swing ride.
These houses in Beit Hanun were destroyed during battles between Israel and Hamas militants in the summer of 2014. Another mural by Banksy -- this one of a kitten -- appeared this year on the remains of a house.
The secretive street artist built his reputation on playful images that began appearing on the walls of London and Bristol in the early 1990s. This image is from 2006.
Banksy's work often plays with overtly political themes such as surveillance culture and state corruption.
... not to mention many a humorous dig at Britain's police force.
Another riff on the theme of amusement parks made its way to New York's Lower East Side: this ghoulish exhibit called "Grim Reaper Bumper Car."
The artist has also taken on lighter themes: Banksy's Mobile Lovers, featuring a man and a woman embraced and looking at their mobile phones, sprayed onto a black wooden board is displayed inside the Broad Plain & Riverside Youth Project on April 16, 2014 in Bristol, England.
The artist created a fibreglass replica of Ronald McDonald having his shoes shined by a boy in South Bronx.
Banksy famously took his firebrand style to the streets of New York in 2013, with a series of artworks appearing over the course of a month in neighborhoods around the city.
A Banksy mural on a wall in Queens shows a man washing away a quote from the movie "Gladiator." It reads: "What we do in life echoes in eternity."
Despite his anti-establishment roots, Banksy has gone on to garner great enthusiasm from the high-end art market world. This stencil print "Love is in the Air" sold for $248,000 in 2013.