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Kissing Coppers is a 2004 work by street artist Banksy. Painted on the wall of the "Prince Albert pub" in Brighton, it shows two male police officers kissing in their official uniforms. Besides the plastic beauty of the work, its location is also interesting. Indeed, Brighton is a city considered as the LGBT capital of the united kingdom with each year the biggest pride of the country.
Regularly ransacked by disrespectful homophobes (pleonasm), the work was removed and replaced by a reproduction in 2008. Following this, the owner of the Pub auctioned the original for $ 575,000 thus triggering a debate which still takes place today: is the sale of street-art compatible with Street-art spirit?
Mighty Jaxx and Brandalised are now offering you a replica of this work in the form of a 25 cm high figurine so that you can admire it from every angle.