Featured in the sale will be Banksy's 2002 work Happy Choppers, which is estimated to sell for $100 000-$150 000. Heart Boy, 2009, an original aerosol stencil of armed military helicopters dressed with a pink bow which Banksy first created in London’s Whitecross Street Market, is estimated to sell for $80 000-$120 000.

Happy Chopper, 2002 Aerosol stencil on board Happy Chopper, 2002 Aerosol stencil on board

Banksy, Heart Boy, 2009. Black aerosol stencil and pink acrylic on concrete and white-washed brick 86 Banksy, Heart Boy, 2009. Black aerosol stencil and pink acrylic on concrete and white-washed brick

Banksy, Nola, 2009 Screenprint on paper Banksy, Nola, 2009 Screenprint on paper

Nola, 2009, a two-color hand pulled screen print of a girl holding an umbrella depicting rain falling from the inside, which received a lot of publicity after Banksy displayed in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, is expected to fetch between $25 000-30 000.

Elsewhere in the sale, Shepard Fairey's Walk The Line, 2005, has an estimate of $25 000-35 000 and the retro One Space, 2005, by Invader is expected to reach between $35 000-45 000.

230205_0 Shepard Fairey, Walk The Line, 2005

230181_0 Invader, One Space, 2005

Influential street artists Ben Eine, Rene Gagnon, ZEVS, D*Face, Faile, Kaws, Ludo, Dolk, Saber, Nick Walker, Hush and Paul Insect will also be going under the hammer in Los Angeles.

Artworks from a private collection direct from the renowned Los Angeles Street Art gallery LAB ART, which was responsible for launching the careers of some of Los Angeles’s most notorious street artists including Alec Monopoly, KAI, DOC, Gregory Siff and Mar will be featured in the sale.

Works by Jeff Koons, Keith Haring, Yayoi Kusama, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Robert Rauschenberg are all represented in the contemporary portion.

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