This new edition of Home Sweet Home: Banksy's Bristol contains a new section of words and pictures from Banksy's astonishing Dismaland adventure in Weston-super-Mare near Bristol.
Photographer Simon Ellis and author Richard Jones visited 'The UK's Most Disappointing New Visitor Attraction' on many occasions to compile the new section.
The edition has been completely revised with some new writing and pictures.
It includes images of all of Banksy's significant early work from his home town of Bristol, interviews with street artists who worked with him and a narrative tracing his progression from the Dry Breadz Crew to one of the most famous artists on the planet.
This is the only book to contain so much of Banksy's early work and it also includes sections on Banksy's trip to Mexico with the Easton Cowboys football team to support the Zapatista freedom fighters; an illustrated section on the Banksy vs Bristol Museum show from 2009 and an interview with John Nation who founded the Bristol graffiti scene at Barton Hill Youth Club.