Banksy is actually in New-York since beginning of the month and seems to be pretty much present in the street of the big aple. In fact, the anglander says on his blog “For the next month Banksy will be attempting to host an entire show on the streets of New York”. The show is calling “Better Out than in

The website Animal New -York is actually posting daily news about his activities in the streets. They also show us how the local writers and peoples are taking care of his pencils pieces…Here is a few examples:

Above, original piece by Banksy and the Smart crew

Someone stoll the sign…

The Smart Crew redesign the sign

Finally “Phatlipp” stole the second sign and over painted the Banksy piece



Banksy also wrote “The musical” under some sentences he found in Williamsburg and Bushwick.

The “Occupy- The musical” piece was buffed as some of the other walls he did with the same concept

Above, original by Banksy

Above, the Banksy piece crossed by the writer Omar. It’s not the first time Omar dissed a Banksy piece according to the video below, the guy crossed already a piece in Long Island City 3 years ago.


Above, Banksy wrote the Plato sentence  on a door :”I have a theory that you can make any sentence seem profound by writing the name of a dead philosopher at the end of it”.

The door was just removed.

Also, Banksy did some installation and pieces that could not be crossd. Here is a video of  “Sirens of the lambs”. A slaughterhouse delivery truck touring the meatpacking district and then citywide for the next two weeks.


Here is another piece by Banksy about Wikileaks.

The audio guide ripped some Collateral Murder footage leaked by Chelsea Manning and published by Wikileaks, which documented American soldiers firing on Reuters journalists and a van with children inside.

If you like it, check forall the details and more HERE

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