England-based graffiti artist Banksy is believed to be behind a new painting which shows a young child hunched over a sewing machine on the wall of a store in North London. The controversial art highlights the disparity between the wealth of the West and the poverty of the foreign children sometimes employed to make the goods we buy. Andrew Marr, author of a biography on Banksy, sat down with BBC News to discuss Banksy‘s latest artwork. During the interview, Marr questioned whether or not Banksy’s artwork could be considered radical anymore. Now embraced by cultural establishment, can Banksy still be considered a subversive radical? You can watch the full interview by clicking here. Be sure to let us know what you think in the comment section below!