Street Art Auction Includes Banksy from Former Valero on La Brea

Banksy street art at La Brea and Beverly – l to r: “Garden Girl” and “Flower Girl” (photos courtesy of
Banksy street art at La Brea and Beverly – l to r: “Garden Girl” and “Flower Girl” (photos courtesy of

We wrote about this upcoming auction earlier this year in the post Banksy from Josh’s Valero to Sell at Auction; Likely Worth $150,000+.

The former owner of the Valero that used to be at Beverly and La Brea sold his gas station a couple of years ago, but not without removing the section of a wall where an original Banksy street art had been painted. Here’s a picture of the Street Art either under cover or being removed (as captured by Google Street View team):

Josh's Valero - picture of the removal of the street art


This Valero is now a Chevron station.

That wall – with Banksy’s ‘Flower Girl’ and all – will be on auction at Julien’s inaugural Street Art Auction next week and is expected to bring more than $150,000. Viewings begin on Monday. The auction is scheduled for Thursday, December 5 at 6pm.

Read more:

LA TimesWhen Banksy’s Flower Girl Was Just a Simple Hollywood Wallflower

Julien’s Auction
9665 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 150
Beverly Hills;
Monday, December 2 – Thursday, December 5 | 10 am-5pm; free
Live and Online Auction Thursday, December 5 | 6pm


We’ve all seen the Google Street View vehicles that ride around with the cameras on top. Here’s a video that shares just how Google Street View works when the Google team has to document some of the toughest places to reach.


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