World-renowned British street artist Banksy has opened an online shop selling traditional domestic products with his\/her\/their\/its twist. Banksy is an anonymous UK based graffiti artist with pieces dating back to the 90\u2019s in Bristol and London areas. Banksy works have been considered vandalism, fine art, and political activist, making the mysterious artist one of the most controversial figures of the contemporary art scene. "Follow your Dreams - Cancelled" by Banksy - 2010. Work done in a low-income neighboorhood in Boston, USA. The piece is a comment on the "American Dream" In 2019, after several third parties\u2019 merchandise sales, the artist opened an official online shop to assert a position as the trademark owner of Banksy products. Entitled GrossDomesticProducts, the store complements the artist\u2019s prolific career with product design. "Upcycled from an office supplies store, this timepiece features a trademark Banksy rat to accurately mark our relentless and steady ticking towards the great unknown." The artist\u2019s social and political commentary works have been featured on walls and streets throughout the world, usually appropriating a message to the respective location. It\u2019s not a surprise to see a strong contemporary social satire in Banksy products. The temporary retail store represents a showcase full of satirical messages The first and only Banksy store worked as a temporary exhibition space for the artist\u2019s work. The Showroom was used for display purposes only and the doors will not be open. All sales were conducted online. "This welcome mat is hand-stitched using the fabric from life vests abandoned on the beaches of the Mediterranean. Customers are advised they no longer constitute a valid buoyancy aid - although shockingly many never did - they're cheap fakes sold by people smugglers and don't actually float." - Life vest not included. The showroom \u201copened\u201d in Croydon, in the south of London, UK. Banksy provided products accessible to anyone, with prices starting at \u00a310 and going up to \u00a3850. All products sold out in a few hours after the online shop became available. An updated version of the classic 70\u2019s design classic of three flying ducks \u2013 this relief wall decoration depicts a fleet of unmanned predator drones descending in formation. "Are you fed up with soft furnishings trying to express feelings on your behalf? Then let these stenciled cushions make that clear. They come as a pair but might not match as they\u2019re painted on what gets found in the charity shop. " "This delightful wall-mounted collection of critters is perfect for the Blue Planet generation. Made from charity shop kids toys and genuine random beach detritus, so may contain germs\/infectious substances."