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    Exploring the Thought-Provoking Street Art of Banksy: “I remember when all this was trees” and its commentary on Urbanization and Environmentalism

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    Street Artist Banksy

    Today’s throwback is a Banksy from 2010 in Detroit.

    “I remember when all this was trees” is a street art piece created by the anonymous artist Banksy, which is a satirical representation of the urbanization and the loss of natural environments. The piece features a small child reaching up to touch a stenciled image of a sign that reads “I remember when all this was trees.”

    This is a reference to the fact that many cities have grown at the expense of natural landscapes, and it is also a reminder of the need to protect the environment. The artwork is thought to be a commentary on urbanization and the loss of natural environments.

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