Canvas Panel Originals Release
TABBY Cat vs BANKSY Anachy Rat, Charge!, Pissing Panda
July 5-6, 2021
3 piece release
"TABBY Cat vs BANKSY Anarchy Rat", "Charge!", "Pissing Panda"
Available at TABBYthis.com for 36 hours
100% original Spray paint & Stencil on 40x50cm canvas panel
Hand signed, stencil signed, numbered and dollar serial number registered/authenticated
TABBY vs BANKSY, Blue and Grey edition 20 each
Charge!, Blue and Grey edition 20 each
Pissing Panda, Blue and Grey edition 20 each
(Limit 1 each per person. If 2 are wanted then please get in contact first)
50% of these editions will be available during this release
If you purchase one piece and later decide to add another, you will also get the bundle price. Simply purchase the 2nd piece and the price difference will be refunded. Writing a quick email can help make sure your refund is sent asap.
For any questions feel free to get in contact at MrTABBY@outlook.com
These pieces are no longer available.
Huge thanks to everybody taking part. This has been the biggest release so far! Dozens of pieces are being wrapped and prepared for shipping. Everyone will get an update on their shipping by the end of the week.
Canvas panels have finely woven canvas affixed to a wood background. This is an optimal medium for stencils, since its flat surface allows for maximum detail when spraying. When framed it looks and feels like a perfectly painted canvas.
Each piece is a carefully hand made, original spray paint/ stencil
A step up from standard Certificate Of Authenticity (COA)
TABBY Canvas Panels have some of the highest safety features, guaranteeing easy and accurate authenticity.
They feature a hand signature, golden 1st edition seal, as well as an attached genuine US dollar bill with unique serial number. These have all been photographed and catalogued in the official TABBY archive, making them one of the best collectibles in the art world.
About the Art
Painted to be the same size as an actual power outlet, this is a fun little piece that many have reported finally finding after walking past it daily for years.
This piece was also painted inside of, and featured in, the Vienna Museum street art exhibition, 2019.