Designed by Banksy. Sold in 2014 for £345,000, Banksy’s ‘Kissing Coppers’, which depicts two policemen in a passionate embrace, is one of the artist’s most iconic pieces. The artwork was originally sprayed on the side of a pub in the U.K’s LGBTQ+ capital, Brighton, in 2004 before being shipped off to its American buyer. It could be the argued that 'Kissing Coppers' simultaneously promotes acceptance, calls out institutionalised homophobia, and undermines the authority of the police—though its complexity leaves it open to interpretation.