King Robbo, street artist from London, passed away on July 31st, 2014 from health complications related to a head injury believed to be the result of an accidental fall in 2011 in which he was placed in an induced coma.
King Robbo was famous for his works of graffiti in the city of London where he was one of the original graffiti artists, and also his feud with the street artist Banksy, in which the two often painted over each others works.
Our condolences go out to King Robbo’s family and friends, and Team Robbo. Below you can see some of Robbo and his teams work.
In 1985 King Robbo painted one of the earliest known pieces of graffiti in London under the London Transport Police Headquarters.
In 2009 Banksy painted over the graffiti which already had various graffiti painted over it.
King Robbo stikes back on Christmas day 2009.
Banksy replied in 2010.
King Robbo changed it back…
The graffiti is painted over, possibly by the city.
But King Robbo isn’t done with this wall yet.
Once again the graffiti is painted over.
Banksy decides to turn the space into a living room.
In 2011 after King Robbo suffers a head injury and is placed in a coma Banksy paints a vigil for King Robbo.
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