There is Always Hope – London
Arguably Banksy’s most iconic piece, it appeared in South Bank, London in around 2002. The words ‘There Is Always Hope’ are written just behind a young girl, who can be seen reaching for a balloon in the shape of a heart. Intense debate has raged on over the years regarding the true meaning of this stencil, with a variety of ideas involving love, innocence and – obviously – hope.
Among the files there is a complete model that can be printed all at once. It will require quite a lot of supports. There are also individual files for the girl, base, balloon, and balloon holder that can be printed in different colors, our colours if in London), and glued together.
This model is part of a series I remixed just to see if it was possible. Here are the rest of them.
Banksy-style Security Guard with balloon Dog
There is Always Hope