When you’re a mysterious street artist walking the streets of New York City, you have to be willing to use a Brooklyn accent in your graffiti. Banksy does just that in his latest batch of tags.
Making his way through the boroughs of New York, the infamous but mysterious interventionist Banksy is broadcasting new stencils, installations and mixed media work all month as a street-artist-in-residence in America’s largest city.
In Midtown Manhattan, his figures, phrases, plays on words and signage can be found defacing (or at least: refacing) concrete walls and garage doors in Banksy’s typical self-referential style. From there, he has moved onto Williamsburg and other Brooklyn neighborhoods, and no one knows quite where he will pop up next.