Standing on the corner admiring street art can invite trouble from toughs unimpressed with your middle-class suburban background, a predicament you can sadly no longer get out of by saying "But I know the artist!". Put street art on your own walls instead, with PimpArtworks
Pimp's an online gallery vending "street" and "urban" art in all manner of media, all browsable by style, oddly named artist, or even colour, because your futon isn't going to match itself. The extensive open-editions library runs from gWebber's digital "Tryst-2", depicting an overly endowed space-chick with tiny alien explorers planting a flag on her rear, to Zig's "Seascape", with attacking UFOs painted into a fine-art print of an old naval battle, to Urban Angels' shot of a toy gorilla holding a spray can in a tag-heavy tunnel, called "Apes Subway", though easily confusable for the similar "Daily Mail's impression of a teenager".
Pimp-exclusive limited editions come in restricted runs of 30 signed/numbered prints, and include Hutch's "Molotov" (a painting of a little girl precociously blowing the flame of a coke bottle), Psychopainter's Lichtenstein-meets-Disney "Black Mickey", and Lora Zombie's print of a humpback carrying the London cityscape with a Union Jack slung over its tail, dubbed "Northern Whale", much to the consternation of John Prescott
To help you navigate the myriad framing/sizing choices, there's a live help option, plus a function that lets you preview the art against different background colors -- so you'll know it'll look good in your home, and you can take that to the Banksy.