Kids on Guns was first released in 2002 as part of Banksy’s Barely Legal show in Los Angeles.
The artwork depicts two kids playing with a toy gun. The boy on the left is holding a water pistol while the girl on the right holds what appears to be a real handgun. The irony of the image lies in the fact that it is meant to be a commentary on gun violence but instead portrays children playing innocently with guns without any thought or awareness of how dangerous they can be. The juxtaposition between the innocence of childhood and the danger associated with guns creates an unsettling visual contrast which serves to underline Banksy’s anti-gun message.
The artwork also serves as a reminder that children should not be exposed to guns in any way, shape or form and that adults should always be vigilant about keeping them away from kids for their safety as well as for society’s overall safety. Banksy’s work also raises awareness about how easy it can be for young people to access firearms and highlights how dangerous this can be if not regulated properly.
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