Banksy finds in the street the perfect place where to act his counter-hegemony. He has used different ways of developing his view of Art as a form of protest and disobedience to the system. For  Banksy, making art and communicating a message were never meant to generate a profit or publicity, but only to educate and inform.
His works are created in a public and urban space. They expose the human condition, degradation and poverty. They are characterized by an ironic and satiriacal style and they talk about the contradictions of Western society, the power of media manipulation, homogenisation, pollution, child labor, police repression and violence and animal cruelty. The writer stands against all forms of expolitation and violence: wheter religious, or concerning manufacturing or the territory. It’s a human and cultural stance, not a political one.