Famous British master of street art by Banksy July 14 posted in Instagram record their performances in the London underground, the idea of which was to encourage passengers to wear masks.
Dressed in the uniform of an employee who disinfects the subway, the artist by means of the balloon and stencils with images of rats, and began to paint the cars. His rats sneeze and use a mask like parachutes.
Then, in the eyes of the surprised passengers, the author wrote the word “Banksy” on the door of the cab and left the car. When the doors were closed, the audience saw the writing I get lockdown, but I get up again (“I was sent to quarantine, but I get up again”) – an allusion sounding behind-the-scenes songs by the group Chumbawamba.
Roller signed with a pun: If you don’t mask – you don’t get. Literally the phrase means: “there is No mask, you get nothing”. It’s a reference to sustainable English expression If you don’t ask you don’t get – “He who asks, gets nothing”.