Bomb Hugger, also known as Bomb Love or Bomb Girl, is an early Banksy screenprint. The image of a girl hugging a deadly weapon has become iconic and explores the dichotomy of love and war – a subject the artist has made a number of works about. The first version was made as a mural in East London in 2001 and featured in Banksy’s book Banging your head against a Brick wall. Another version appeared in Brighton in 2003. In 2005, Bomb Hugger was featured in Banksy’s autobiographical book, Wall and Piece.