An interesting art work went for bit earlier this morning in London’s http://bonhams.com” target=”_blank”>Bonhams auction house. Lot number 67 on its http://bonhams.com/cgi-bin/public.sh/WService=wslive_pub/pubweb/publicSite.r?sContinent=eur&screen=Catalogue&iSaleNo=18726″ target=”_blank”>Urban Art venue is a work by none other than Banksy. Sold for £78,000, or around $121,700, the painting, titled “Save or Delete Jungle Book” elaborated on Banksy’s usual black humor, with the lead characters from http://disney.go.com” target=”_blank”>Disney Jungle Book cartoon, bounded, blind-folded and prepped for beheading. In front of them, a hooded executioner at the ready. Commissioned in 2001 by environmental advocacy group http://greenpeace.org” target=”_blank”>Greenpeace, the work was to be a new worldwide campaign to address the devastating nature of deforestation. Originally meant to be reprinted on posters, billboards, and postcards, Greenpeace abandoned the project after Disney sent a “cease and decease” letter because of copyright infringement. Always having the last laugh, Banksy also included a certificate of authenticity from Pest Control Office with the painting.