Banksy has made history as an anonymous contemporary street artist whose controversial and evocative murals can be found around the world. His every artwork is full of impressive imagery, capturing the attention of millions of people. However, people love the Bristolian legend not only for his vivid allusions but also for his social and political context masterfully integrated into the art. Some would find such poignant half-hidden commentary impertinent, whereas others would claim it the most germane message to pay heed to. So what is the meaning behind Banksy’s art, and how should it be understood? Let’s spare a few minutes to get to the bottom of this question.