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Banksy x Os Gemeos x The Village Voice: October 2013

  • Banksy x Os Gemeos collaboration covers for The Village Voice
  • Issue: October 9-15, 2013 – Vol. LVIII No. 41
  • Set includes both covers: Banksy character surrounded by Os Gemeos characters and vice versa
  • Offset printed
  • Released in 2013
  • Great condition (there’s some slight yellowing because it is aging newsprint, otherwise it’s pristine.)

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