Banksy "Better Out Than In" NYC Show Update

October 15, 2013

Banksy Better Out Than In NYC New York

Banksy is still cranking out amazing and provoking work in NYC for his "Better Out Than In" show, and his latest bit of bravado has plenty of people kicking themselves for not paying attention.

Banksy paid someone to hang out and sell "spray art" on the street near Central Park. The "spray art" in question was a full stall of original Banksy pieces on canvas, signed and everything, going for only $60 a pop. 

Considering his originals easily go for hundreds of thousands of dollars, there are plenty of art collectors and fans in NYC who really wish they'd been paying more attention right now. 

 

 





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